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LexiFi: describing financial contracts and extending OCaml

15th March 2013 in London at Skills Matter

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In this talk, Alain describe this domain-specific language, some of its uses, and also an extension to OCaml with runtime types that we have developed internally.

LexiFi has created an embedded domain-specific language to describe financial contracts. This symbolic description streamlines the processing chain for such contracts and greatly improves the time-to-market to support new kinds of contracts in our applications and those of our technology partners. LexiFi has built its technology on top of OCaml for more than ten years and this wonderful language has become so important to us that we are contributing more and more on improving OCaml itself.

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LexiFi: describing financial contracts and extending OCaml

Alain Frisch

Alain Frisch has enjoyed hacking in and on OCaml for more than 15 years. Before joining LexiFi, he used to work as a researcher in functional programming, type systems and XML transformations.

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In this talk, Alain describe this domain-specific language, some of its uses, and also an extension to OCaml with runtime types that we have developed internally.

LexiFi has created an embedded domain-specific language to describe financial contracts. This symbolic description streamlines the processing chain for such contracts and greatly improves the time-to-market to support new kinds of contracts in our applications and those of our technology partners. LexiFi has built its technology on top of OCaml for more than ten years and this wonderful language has become so important to us that we are contributing more and more on improving OCaml itself.

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LexiFi: describing financial contracts and extending OCaml

Alain Frisch

Alain Frisch has enjoyed hacking in and on OCaml for more than 15 years. Before joining LexiFi, he used to work as a researcher in functional programming, type systems and XML transformations.

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