TRAINING

Make the most of your trip! Wolfram offers optional training workshops before and after our annual Technology Conference so you can learn something new or polish your skill set. Hosted by Wolfram experts, these training sessions can get you up and running more quickly than ever before. Remember, if you're a current Premier Service member, you'll save an additional 15% off these already discounted rates.

Note: You must bring your own laptop for these training sessions.

Mathematica: Programming in Mathematica

Tuesday, October 16, 9am–noon

$150 Standard | $95 Educational

This conference edition of our popular programming course focuses on the programming capabilities of Mathematica, including functional, procedural, and rule-based programming. It includes practical, hands-on exercises and shows how to choose the appropriate programming paradigm for solving problems. The course is for those who have a basic familiarity with Mathematica. Introductory-level skills in any computer programming language is recommended.
Register »

Mathematica: Developing with Wolfram Workbench

Tuesday, October 16, 9am–noon

$150 Standard | $95 Educational

This course covers the major concepts and features of the integrated development environment at the core of Wolfram Workbench. Features such as source code editing, debugging, profiling, and unit testing for advanced development of Mathematica code and projects will be presented and explained. The course is for those who have a basic familiarity with Mathematica, especially package creation.
Register »

Authoring Interactive Content with CDF

Tuesday, October 16, 1–4pm

$150 Standard | $95 Educational

Computable Document Format (CDF) puts easy-to-author interactivity at its core. This course covers the entire process of creating and sharing interactive content. It includes a simple walk-through of content formatting, style control, knowledge app authoring, and embedding live content into web pages. It also showcases example uses from textbooks, journal articles, and consulting and management reports.
Register »

Wolfram SystemModeler: Engineering System Modeling and Simulation

Saturday, October 20, 9am–noon

$150 Standard | $95 Educational

Wolfram SystemModeler helps you to create and analyze models of electrical, mechanical, thermal, biochemical, and other systems. SystemModeler is designed to connect perfectly with Mathematica for the ultimate integrated modeling, simulation, and analysis workflow. Get familiar with drag-and-drop and multidomain modeling, built-in libraries, and system simulation. Learn how to simulate, analyze, calibrate, and control your model from Mathematica.
Register »