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Wolfram Experts Live:
Wolfram Language in the Cloud

Held August 12, July 15, and June 24, 2014

Develop Wolfram Language programs online and deploy them to the cloud. In this free, online event, our experts introduce you to Wolfram Cloud functionality and answer questions from the live audience. We show you how to create and instantly deploy sophisticated, web-based forms, APIs, and more!


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Featured Speakers and Host

Chris Carlson
Chris Carlson Senior User Interface Developer Christopher Carlson has been creating components of the Mathematica experience for 20 years, from interactive graphics to the Predictive Interface that anticipates user operations. Today he concentrates on acquainting the world with the power of the Wolfram Language and helping move it off the desktop and into the cloud.
Andrew de Laix
Andrew de Laix Lead Architect Andrew de Laix holds a Ph.D. in astrophysics from The Ohio State University. He worked extensively on the development and production of Stephen Wolfram's A New Kind of Science and contributed to the core Wolfram Language. Andrew has worked as a senior software developer with several Silicon Valley startups in the distributed storage and serious games markets. He currently is the lead architect for the Wolfram|Alpha localization project and a manager for the Wolfram Cloud initiative.
Joel Klein
Joel Klein Senior Kernel Developer Joel Klein has been developing systems software for Wolfram Research since 2005. With an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, his interests include programming languages, computer architecture, and software engineering. He has worked on webMathematica, gridMathematica, and the Wolfram Cloud Platform, in addition to core Mathematica features ranging from CCompilerDriver to a generic streams interface, to the asynchronous tasks framework supporting URLFetchAsynchronous.
Clayton Voyles
Clayton Voyles Lead Business Analyst Clayton Voyles leads the Wolfram Cloud business analysis team. He works on pricing models, analytics, and policies for Wolfram Cloud products.
Philipp Blume
Philipp Blume Host Philipp Blume is a German translator with the Wolfram Localization team and has been with the company since 2013. He will be the host of this online event.