The Wolfram Demonstrations Project
Wolfram Research has launched The Wolfram Demonstrations Project--a
daily growing online collection of open-code "mini-applications," all
created in Mathematica 6 and contributed by users from around
the world, bringing computational exploration to the widest possible
audience. Explore The Demonstrations Project at demonstrations.wolfram.com.
Wolfram Technology Conference 2006 Proceedings
The 2006 Wolfram Technology Conference offered over 100 presentations
and workshops on Wolfram technologies and their applications. Many of
the presentation notebooks are now available online at library.wolfram.com/techconf2006.
M221: Introduction to Programming in Mathematica
Wolfram Education Group has introduced a six-hour course that
covers Mathematica's functional, procedural, and rule-based
programming capabilities. It includes practical hands-on
exercises and shows how to choose appropriate programming paradigms
for solving problems. The full description is online at
M235: Mathematica Development using Wolfram Workbench
This new Wolfram Education Group mini-course covers the major concepts
and features of Wolfram Workbench. It presents and explains
features such as source code editing, debugging, profiling, and unit
testing for advanced development of Mathematica code and
projects. For the full description, see www.wolfram.com/weg/courses/m235.html.
Mathematica in Education and Research
Volume 12, Number 1 of Mathematica in Education and Research
(MiER) is now online. The issue has articles on mathematical analysis,
geometric themes, classroom uses of Mathematica, and more.