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Mathematica Developer Conference in April 2003

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  • Subject: [mg40106] Mathematica Developer Conference in April 2003
  • From: newsdesk at wolfram.com (Wolfram Research)
  • Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2003 03:35:09 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

The 2003 Mathematica Developer Conference will be held at the
Hawthorne Suites in Champaign, Illinois. This year, the conference
will take place in the spring, from April 10-12, a departure from its
usual fall timing. Early-bird registration ends March 1, so register
online soon.

The Mathematica Developer Conference is an invaluable resource for
users and developers who are interested in creating Mathematica-based
tools, products, or courseware. During the conference, members of the
Wolfram Research technical staff will present a road map of future
versions of Mathematica as well as in-depth details of many core
functions. Other selected talks will focus on topics including large,
computationally intensive uses of Mathematica: applications utilizing
J/Link, webMathematica, XML/MathML, or parallel computing, and
Mathematica-based courseware. A full list of presentations has been
posted on the conference website.

Just prior to the conference, Wolfram Education Group will be offering
M220: Programming in Mathematica at the special rate of $500 to
conference attendees. The training course will be held on April 8 and
9, and will be taught by Roman Maeder, one of the developers of
Mathematica. You may choose to enroll in this class when registering
for the conference.

For more information, please visit:
http://www.wolfram.com/devconf2003


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