Month: January 2020

Whitepaper: Blawx for Rules as Code – A Roadmap

Recently, particularly in commonwealth countries of the world, there has been increasing interest among public servants, including legislative drafters, regulators, and service delivery experts, in the concept of “Rules As Code.” Rules as Code is one part of a larger conversation about how legislation, regulation, policy, and other formal rules can be made more effective. …

Example: Using Blawx for Rules as Code

The purpose of this post is to give users an idea how Blawx might be used to compartmentalize legal reasoning in an application. Compartmentalizing legal reasoning in an application has a number of benefits. It makes it easier to ensure the substantive legal correctness of the app. It also makes it considerably easier to update …

Blawx is Open Source!!!

What?! That’s right! I’m happy to announce that Blawx is now officially available as open source software! Where? You can access the open source version of Blawx (which is almost identical to the live alpha version at the time of writing), at GitHub. Why? Two reasons. First, Blawx has a lot of potential as a …