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Meet the Authors of Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica, Second Edition

Published January 24, 2017

To celebrate the release of Hands-on Start to Wolfram Mathematica and Programming with the Wolfram Language (HOS2), now in its second edition, I sat down with the authors. »

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Launching Wolfram|Alpha Open Code

Published December 12, 2016

Computational thinking needs to be an integral part of modern education—and today I'm excited to be able to launch another contribution to this goal: Wolfram|Alpha Open Code.»

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Announcing the Fast Introduction for Math Students

Published December 12, 2016

Specifically designed for non-programmers, the new Fast Introduction for Math Students gives a brief overview of useful Wolfram Language functions in a number of mathematical subjects—from basic to advanced—and offers tips for making interactive models and professional presentations.»

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Wolfram Finance Platform 2.3 Now Available

Published December 2, 2016

Finance Platform 2.3 is compatible with Version 11 of the Wolfram Language, adding functionality in key areas and enhancing network communication for easier integration with the Wolfram Cloud. »

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Launching Wolfram Player for iOS

Published November 17, 2016

It's been a long road. To some degree, we've been working on a Wolfram notebook front end for iOS for about six years now. And in the process, we've learned a lot about notebook front ends, a thing we already knew a lot about. Let's rewind the tape a bit and review.»

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My Wolfram Tech Conference 2016 Highlights

Published November 8, 2016

As a first-timer from the Wolfram Blog Team attending the Technology Conference, I wanted to share with you some of the highlights for me.»

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Computational Law, Symbolic Discourse and the AI Constitution

Published October 12, 2016

Gottfried Leibniz—who died 300 years ago this November—worked on many things. But a theme that recurred throughout his life was the goal of turning human law into an exercise in computation.»