This talk will give a brief look at how two different languages can work together and how introducing the Wolfram Language's unique computational framework can add functionality and accessibility to existing Python workflows.

Teacher: Matthew James

Matthew James is a Technical Specialist at Wolfram Research, providing technical solutions for clients in the fields of data analytics, data science and machine learning. He has developed solutions for clients in a variety of fields and has contributed to the Computer-Based Maths program, whose aim is to implement computational thinking in secondary school curriculums.

The Wolfram Language for Python Users


This talk for existing Python users aims to show what a new user of the Wolfram Language could expect to find as they begin their journey and how their existing experience in coding can be applied to a Wolfram Language setting to extend a Python project. In addition, we will cover a number of techniques to join these two technology stacks together, allowing true flexibility for a user of both languages to take full advantage of each.
We will demonstrate a number of computational approaches unique to the Wolfram Language, instilling the benefits of using the Wolfram Language to solve practical problems in the fields of data science and mathematics and opening the door to true multiparadigm computation.
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Dates Location Price
17 September / 15:00h. online free