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Preview the Ultimate Computation Environment–Now for Finance

Wolfram Finance Platform Virtual Workshop 2012

Computation has always been at the center of what Wolfram does… but finance hasn’t been, at least not until now.

In recent months, the team has been taking our ultimate computation environment and specializing it for finance.

It’s amazing some of the results our technology readily achieves in this domain–whether it’s a user-customizable market data explorer of Bloomberg data feeds, financial derivative valuations with GPUs, or automated reporting with interactivity.

We’re previewing the Wolfram Finance Platform at our March 27 virtual conference with an introduction from Conrad Wolfram. Join us!

This virtual event will be held on Tuesday, March 27, at the following times:
* 8–11:30am Eastern Daylight Time (EDT); 1–4:30pm British Summer Time (BST)
* Repeat session: 1–4:30pm EDT; 6–9:30pm BST

Virtual seats are limited–see the event schedule and register today!


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  1. Could I beg and plead for one additional showing that would occur in the evening in most of the United States. I would love to watch this, but my day job is doing to make it difficult.

  2. Can I beg for just posting a video? The thing about the internet is it has no business hours. It’s available 24/7, so there’s no really good reason that someone has to watch a video at a certain time.

    Please stop the webinar madness and just post the video for people to see. (Yes, I signed up but I’m not going out of my way to make the time to watch it)

  3. One other (hard) request: Mathematica for iPad please. I realize how hard this will be, but it will be appreciated.

    Keep up the good work guys, looking forward to the finance platform.

  4. There’s no way I can participate at either of those times, and I hope you host another event before long.

    I’m glad that Wolfram is paying attention to the finance community but there need to be improvements both in the core functions of Mathematica and in add-on packages before it becomes any kind of standard tool.