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Mathematica Development Opportunities

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  • Subject: [mg8614] Mathematica Development Opportunities
  • From: Magnus Germundsson <developer>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Sep 1997 03:07:27 -0400
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Dear Mathematica Developer,

My name is Magnus Germundsson, and I have quite recently begun working
as Business Development Manager with Wolfram Research. As Business
Development Manager I have a number of roles, but one of the most
important is to build up a network of developers, consultants, trainers
and evangelists. The idea is to be able to accelerate Application
Package development as well as to offer potential customers a solution
for their specific needs in terms of vertical applications, consulting,
and training. This network is one of the main ingredients in supporting
Wolfram Research's objective: "Pushing the Envelope of Technical
Computing." To be able to do this I will need your help!
 
As you all know, the 1997 Developer Conference is coming up in late
October, and I'd like to meet you there so that I can discuss with you
in detail what the building of this network could mean to you. You can
find the latest information about the conference at
<http://www.wolfram.com/devconf97>. Remember that the Early Bird
registration discount is still in effect through September 15th.
 
I'm looking forward meeting you there!
 
Best Regards,
Magnus Germundsson
Business Development Manager


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