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1997 Mathematica Developer Conference
Expanding the Command of Mathematica for Developers

Champaign, Illinois-September 10, 1997-Wolfram Research's 1997 Mathematica
Developer Conference-three high-powered days of informative discussions and
presentations October 27-29, 1997-promises to expand the command of
Mathematica for those interested in creating and contributing tools,
products, courseware, or literature to the increasingly profitable and
high-market profile Mathematica Applications Library. It will also be ideal
for those seeking to offer services as trainers, consultants, site
visitors, or evangelists. Past annual conference gatherings have proven to
be invaluable sources of developer information, as well as excellent
opportunities to meet and interact with the best developers from around the
world. Participants will:

 Learn the steps of developing a Mathematica package-from concept to final
 Gain exposure to Mathematica's expanded capabilities from experts,
leading representatives from Wolfram Research, and foremost independent
 See how to take advantage of the full power of the Mathematica language
 Obtain authoritative answers to Mathematica questions
 Learn of new and future application development tools in Mathematica

The conference will be held at the Radisson Suite Hotel and Conference
Center in Champaign, Illinois. Registration fees include a developer
manual, continental breakfasts, lunches, and a reception banquet. The cost
is $295 until September 15, and $395 after September 15.

Registration forms and additional information about the conference,
housing, and transportation are available: Wolfram Research, Inc., 100
Trade Center Drive, Champaign, Illinois, 61820-7237, USA; +1-217-398-0700;
+1-800-WOLFRAM; conference at; or
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