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Janosch Woschitz

Janosch Woschitz
Independent Researcher

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March 2015 - May 2017
ResearchGate
Position
  • Tech Lead (Big Data & Infrastructure)
October 2013 - March 2015
ResearchGate
Position
  • Tech Lead (Product & Services)
March 2012 - October 2013
ResearchGate
Position
  • Software Engineer

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As far as I know most domain specific languages are not turing complete and they don't have to since they are only designed to solve very specific problems.
I even noticed a trend that a lot of newer DSL's tend to avoid turing completeness on purpose.
But I think that there might be also examples of useful and / or succesful domain specific languages which are turing complete. Can you point me to a good example?