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Ready? Review. Register: The 2016 Wolfram Technology Conference Is on the Way!

March 25, 2016 — Wolfram Blog Team

Mark your calendars now for the 2016 Wolfram Technology Conference! Join us October 18–21 at Wolfram headquarters in Champaign, Illinois, where we’ll be getting things off to an exciting start with a keynote address by Wolfram founder and CEO Stephen Wolfram on Tuesday, October 18 at 5pm.

Our conference gives developers and colleagues a rare opportunity for face-to-face discussion of the latest developments and features for cloud computing, interactive deployment, mobile devices, and more. Arrive early for pre-conference training opportunities, and come ready to participate in hands-on workshops, nonstop networking opportunities, and the Wolfram Language One-Liner Competition, just to name a few activities.

We are also looking for users to share their own stories and interests! Submit your presentation proposal by July 15 for full consideration. Last year’s lineup included everything from political data science to winning hackathon solutions to programming in the Wolfram Cloud… and literally almost everything in between. Review a sampling of the 2015 talks below, or visit our website for more.

Commanding the Wolfram Cloud—Todd Gayley


Computational Politics: The Wolfram Data Drop Meets Election 2016—Evan Ott

Genealogy with the Wolfram Language—Robert Nachbar

Infusing STEM Education with Coding and Discovery: An Open Platform for Publishing Modern Curriculum—Kyle Keane

Valuation Navigator and the Emergence of Real Estate Valuation 3.0—Shashi Rivankar

Ready to see it all firsthand this year? Our conference spans the broadest, most diverse group of tech folks we’ve ever seen—from enthusiastic high schoolers to commercial executives, professors to retirees, and experts in education, commercial law, physics, optics, math, engineering, and so very much more! Register today for this year’s conference to reserve your spot!

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