Mathematica Fully Compatible with Windows Vista
As of Version 5.2, Mathematica is fully supported on the
Windows Vista operating system--one of the latest of over 30 validated
platforms and custom configurations. For a complete list of available
platforms, go to www.wolfram.com/products/mathematica/platforms.
Mathematica among the "25 Killer Apps of All Time"
eWeek's Peter Coffee has named Mathematica one of the
"25 Killer Apps of All Time," declaring that it "sets the
standard for symbolic math and visualization." Mathematica is
the only modern technical computing program on the list. Other "killer
apps" include Microsoft Word, Windows, Mac OS X, Adobe Photoshop, and
Excel. For more information, go to www.eweek.com/slideshow/0,1206,s=26705&a=196169,00.asp.
Wolfram Workbench Wins Jolt Award for Top Development
Just a few months after its release, Wolfram Workbench--the
state-of-the-art integrated development environment
for Mathematica--has won the prestigious Jolt Productivity
Award, given yearly to the industry's most innovative
products. Workbench is now available free to all
Wolfram Premier Service customers. For more information, go
Eclipse Review Praises New Workbench IDE
The Fall 2006 issue of Eclipse Review features a full-length
review of Wolfram Workbench, calling Wolfram Research "a new
power user in the community of Eclipse development." For more
information, go to www.eclipsereview.com/issues/eclipsereview_200612.pdf.
Mathematica Link for Excel 3 a Hit with Scientific
A very positive review of Mathematica Link for Excel 3 appeared
in the February 2007 issue of Scientific Computing, lauding the
application as "fully bidirectional linking software that quickly and
easily integrates the two programs" and noting, "The advantages here
are obvious and many...." For more information, go to www.mathematica-journal.com/mlx3review.
MACE Review Strongly Recommends Wolfram Mathematica CalcCenter
Volume 41, Number 1 of Mathematics and Computer Education
(MACE) includes a glowing review of Mathematica CalcCenter 3. The
author sums up, "All in all, I strongly recommend CalcCenter 3. It is
an excellent program for supporting both undergraduate and graduate
mathematics. The program itself is relatively new, but has obviously
benefited and evolved from years of refinements related to the full
Mathematica product." For more information, go to www.wolfram.com/calccenter.
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