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Omega tau podcasts on Wolfram|Alpha and Methematica

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In the most recent podcast of the series, #127, Michael Trott is interviewed about the inner workings of Wolfram|Alpha. He is, suffice it to say, an expert in most of them.

http://omegataupodcast.net/

Podcast 126, from a few weeks earlier, has an extended discussion about Mathematica itself, with primary focus on the kernel. The interviewer, Markus Vo"lter, certainly did his homework in advance. I will confess that the guest was perhaps too verbose.

Daniel Lichtblau
Wolfram Research



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