Wolfram founder Stephen Wolfram shares the background and vision of Mathematica, including the personal story of how it came to be and why it's in the right place to make profoundly powerful new things possible.
This course chronicles Wolfram Research's two internal projects: a massive, real-time network traffic visualization and an advertisement dashboard system for Wolfram|Alpha. From planning to deployment, both projects were completed by only using Mathematica in a relatively short period of time. This real-world, scenario-driven course addresses topics that are applicable to many enterprise-wide projects: large database access (SQL and HBase), kernel as a background service, dynamic visualization with no interruption, and deploying a complex web interface through Computable Document Format (CDF) technology.
Computable Document Format (CDF) puts easy-to-author interactivity at its core. This presentation will show you the entire process for creating and sharing interactive content. It will include a simple walk-through of content formatting, style control, knowledge app authoring, and embedding live content into web pages. We will also showcase example uses from textbooks and journal articles to consulting and management reports.
Discover functional programming with Mathematica. Learn the core constructs, functions, and evaluation rules of a dynamic, functional language. See how to transition your thinking from procedural to functional programming.
This presentation covers the different ways that you can extend Mathematica, from a simple function through to a multi-component application. Learn about the available tools to create, package, and deliver your applications and extensions to users.
Learn to develop test first in Mathematica using the testing framework MUnit along with Wolfram Workbench. The details of writing test expressions and testing strategies to ensure that your tests are useful will be explored, along with deployment and workflow integration.