Programming & Applications
Learn to develop and deploy a useful application in minutes and how to build a major production system in days. Find out about the advantages of using a knowledge-based symbolic language that supports a variety of programming paradigms.
These courses offer topics for beginners and more advanced programmers. The beginner-level courses are meant to introduce new users to Wolfram Language basics. Higher-level courses are aimed at more experienced users to improve their understanding of specific features of the language and to help them create scalable programs for immediate deployment, both locally and in the cloud. Certification opportunities are available for proficiency in using Wolfram Language as well as for completion of specific courses.
Mar 8 | Online
Deploying Computational Web Services: Getting Started with APIs, Dynamic Content and Web Apps
In this tutorial, you will learn how to build a fully functional, dynamic application and deploy it to the web. Discover how simple it is to create powerful tools and make them available throughout your company or to the wider public using APIs, cloud notebooks, forms and dynamic web content.See Details and Register
Apr 11 | Online
Wolfram Language Programming Fundamentals
This course teaches the fundamental concepts of programming in Wolfram Language. It features concise lecture sections, self-check exercises and tips for writing Wolfram Language code. Basic familiarity with Wolfram Language or introductory-level skill in any programming language is recommended.See Details and Register
Apr 18 | Online
Practical Programming with Wolfram Language
This course provides the knowledge, tools and guidance to efficiently create and maintain Wolfram Language projects. This course is designed for Wolfram Language users who are ready to move beyond the fundamentals and create their own programs and interfaces.
Apr 25 | Online
Programming and Development in Wolfram Language
Learn about advanced programming and development concepts in Wolfram Language. This course is the third and final part of the programming proficiency course sequence, following Programming Fundamentals and Practical Programming.