Wolfram's flagship technical computation system—using the Wolfram Language in preliminary form for 25+ years
Programming system based on the Wolfram Language, with immediate deployment to the cloud
Environment for R&D based on the power of the Wolfram Language
Wolfram's flagship computational knowledge engine, implemented in the Wolfram Language
Wolfram's Computable Document Format, making documents live using Wolfram Language code
Version of the Wolfram Language bundled with the Raspberry Pi operating system
Multi-language Eclipse-based IDE with full Wolfram Language support
Knowledge representation for WDF provided by the Wolfram Language
The Wolfram Language is implemented by the Wolfram Engine, which runs in many modern environments—with identical core functionality, but with a variety of interfaces and deployment channels.
Interactive notebook or command-line interface, running on Mac, Windows and Unix systems
Interactive, API and other interfaces, running in the cloud
Wolfram Cloud App
Mobile access to the Wolfram Engine
Embedded, Library, SDK, etc.
Versions of the Wolfram Engine fitting a wide range of software engineering needs
Through its evolution in Mathematica for more than 25 years, the Wolfram Language already has a large worldwide community of enthusiastic users.
The Whole Mathematica Community Knows It
While the full Wolfram Language goes far beyond what is in Mathematica, any of the millions of people who have used Mathematica over the 25+ years will find it familiar and immediately accessible.
An Ecosystem of Books, Training, Conferences, Consulting
The rich ecosystem that has developed around Mathematica in the past 25 years is immediately applicable to the Wolfram Language.
Almost Every Major University
Through site licenses for Mathematica and other Wolfram products, millions of students are exposed to Wolfram Language technology every year.
Active Online Communities
Wolfram Community and Mathematica StackExchange are two examples of active online communities.
More Than a Generation of the Best Minds
From Nobel Prize winners to high school students, a wide range of talented people have learned the Wolfram Language through Mathematica over the past 25 years.
The Wolfram Language Is Fun!
In addition to its widespread professional and educational use, Wolfram Language technology has long been a favorite of hobbyists and makers who want to study, create or just have fun.