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webMathematica & Mathematica training in Amsterdam


WEBMATHEMATICA & MATHEMATICA TRAINING

Tom Wickham Jones, Director Kernel Development of Wolfram Research, will
present the course webMathematica on February 25th.


webMathematica course
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Tom Wickham Jones, the key developer of webMathematica and Director of 
Kernel Technology of Wolfram Research Inc., teaches the course 
webMathematica in Amsterdam, on February 25th! 

Topics include:
- Putting up your own WebServer (on Linux and Windows with TomCat etc.)
- Learning the basics of making a webpage (HTML)
- Learning the basics of making an Active Server Page (ASP)
- How to put your Mathematica code in a convenient and easy way into a 
  Mathematica Server Page
- Creating your first own webMathematica application
- Special subjects

More information about this special course can be found at:
http://www.candiensten.nl/english/cursussen/cursussendetail.asp?id=35


Mathematica Intermediate training
------------------------
Only few places are left for the Mathematica Intermediate course by
Prof. dr. Fred Simons (TUE) on 26-27 February.
http://www.candiensten.nl/english/cursussen/cursussendetail.asp?id=9


If you have questions, please feel free to contact me.

Kind Regards,
Dick Verkerk
CANdiensten


Special Events
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February 
7-8   Numerical Methods for Pricing Financial Derivatives
      (Dr. Thomas Weber Financial Technology Germany)
14-15 Risk and Environmental Modelling with S-Plus
      (Dr. Pieter van Gelder Delft University)
19-20 Multivariate data exploration with S-PLUS
      (Dr. Willem de Winter CANdiensten)

March
7-8   Quantitative Financial Risk Management
      (Prof. Alexander McNeil Swiss Federal institute of Technology)

_________________________

Dick Verkerk, managing director
CANdiensten, Nieuwpoortkade 23-25, NL-1055 RX Amsterdam              
tel: +31 20 5608410 fax: +31 20 5608448 verkerk at candiensten.nl
_________________________
Your Partner in Mathematics and Statistics!


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