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webMathematica & Mathematica training in Amsterdam

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  • Subject: [mg32408] webMathematica & Mathematica training in Amsterdam
  • From: Dick Verkerk <verkerk at>
  • Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2002 01:16:47 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at


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

webMathematica course
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:

Mathematica Intermediate training
Only few places are left for the Mathematica Intermediate course by
Prof. dr. Fred Simons (TUE) on 26-27 February.

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

Kind Regards,
Dick Verkerk

Special Events
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)

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
Your Partner in Mathematics and Statistics!

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