August 1, 2014 — Arnoud Buzing, Director of Quality and Release Management
Today I’m happy to announce an update for Mathematica and the Wolfram Language for the Raspberry Pi that brings those new features to the Raspberry Pi. To get the new version of the Wolfram Language, simply run this command in a terminal on your Raspberry Pi:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install wolfram-engine
This new version will also be pre-installed in the next release of NOOBS, the easy setup system for the Raspberry Pi.
July 2, 2014 — Wolfram Blog
We recently wrote some blog posts for our friends over at raspberrypi.org, sharing some of the cool things you can do with the Wolfram Language on the Raspberry Pi. Combined with the amazing projects and ideas being shared at Wolfram Community, we’re doing some seriously cool stuff on this little computer!
December 19, 2013 — Wolfram Blog Team
For many years, Wolfram Research has promoted and supported initiatives that encourage computation, programming, and STEM education, and we are always thrilled when efforts are taken by others to do the same. As sponsors of organizations like Computer-Based Math™, which is working toward building a completely new math curriculum with computer-based computation at its heart, and the Mathematica Summer Camp, where high school students with limited programming experience learn to code using Mathematica, we’re probably more acutely aware than most of how important programming is in schools today.
December 11, 2013 — Wolfram Blog Team
In case you haven’t heard already—the Wolfram Language and Mathematica are now available for free on the Raspberry Pi! With just a few lines of code you can use your Raspberry Pi computer to make an infinite array of incredibly complex creations.
November 21, 2013 — Stephen Wolfram
Last week I wrote about our large-scale plan to use new technology we’re building to inject sophisticated computation and knowledge into everything. Today I’m pleased to announce a step in that direction: working with the Raspberry Pi Foundation, effective immediately there’s a pilot release of the Wolfram Language—as well as Mathematica—that will soon be bundled as part of the standard system software for every Raspberry Pi computer.