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Thank You from the Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference Team

October 13, 2011 — Wolfram Blog Team

The very first Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference was a great success! Held in two sessions at different times to accommodate global attendees, this free event included 25 talks with Q&A and access to virtual networking.

The conference started with Stephen Wolfram’s keynote speech, which provided insights into the background and vision of Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha, and the new Computable Document Format (CDF).

Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference

Couldn’t attend a Speed Date with Mathematica, or any of the other 24 presentations on topics ranging from financial analysis to model-based design and simulation? Not a problem. All presentations, including videos and downloadable notebooks, are available at the conference site.

Thank you to all of this year’s attendees and presenters for your participation and support. We enjoyed hosting you and hope to see you at future Wolfram events.

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Julius Huang

Thank you for share the great presentations.
It’s great to know it is all available online for free.

ps. I apply the Conference, but the experience network lag when attainding the Conference. Feel sad about missing the presentations.
Now I can watch all of them.

Posted by Julius Huang    October 13, 2011 at 8:17 pm
Paul McHale

Thanks for the awesome training. I now se things I have struggled with for years. Thanks!

Posted by Paul McHale    October 21, 2011 at 7:47 pm

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