Regan spent much of his career working in the private sector of his hometown of Regina, Saskatchewan for a variety of tech companies. He moved to Ottawa for the Code for Canada fellowship in 2020, where he worked as the software developer on the Policy Difference Engine. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in computer science from the University of Ottawa.
In this presentation, Team Babel will discuss some of the challenges of creating and shipping products and services that are policy dependent. Next, they will talk about an approach called Rules as Code (RaC) which has the potential to address some of these challenges. Lastly, they will show the prototype they have built using the RaC approach. Known as Policy Difference Engine (PDE), the prototype... read more