Advanced Mathematica Summer School--July 6-18, 2008
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Learn Computing the Mathematica Way--from the developers
of Mathematica

The Advanced Mathematica Summer School provides a unique opportunity for selected applicants to advance their projects using Mathematica and other Wolfram technologies, working directly with the same senior developers and managers at Wolfram Research who create Mathematica itself.

The two-week program includes lectures and workshops covering Mathematica capabilities, methods, and design principles. The core of the program is project work, with attendees working intensively on their own Mathematica projects.

Each attendee is assigned a senior advisor from Wolfram Research's core development team. Together with their senior advisor, attendees each map out a project strategy, then implement it with a mentor over the course of the two-week program.

The program ends with a special one-day final event involving Stephen Wolfram, where attendees present their project results.

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Also of interest: NKS Summer School 2008

  • Devise the best strategy for your Mathematica project
  • Implement your project using the best Mathematica methods
  • Investigate the full spectrum of Mathematica capabilities
  • Learn how to do efficient, extreme programming in Mathematica
  • Become adept at conceptualizing problems in Mathematica
  • Understand Mathematica design principles and strategies
  • Learn Mathematica's development and deployment systems
  • Connect with senior developers at Wolfram Research