Mathematica Development using Wolfram Workbench (free)

for whom?

Mathematica users who want to use a great system for debugging and maintaining their Mathematica code.

about Wolfram Workbench

Wolfram Workbench provides sophisticated code editing, navigation, and project management tools for enterprise-class development and deployment. Built on Eclipse, it is specialized for Mathematica and other Wolfram technologies.

With Wolfram Workbench you can:
  • Integrate with Wolfram Technologies
  • Easily Edit and Navigate Code
  • Use Robust Debugging Tools
  • Manage and Deploy Projects
  • Write Documentation

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about the course

The emphasis in the course is on the basic concepts of Wolfram Workbench, demonstrated by a lot of small examples.
  • Wolfram Workbench IDE (Integrated Development Environment)
    An introduction to the core concepts at the heart of the Workbench interface
  • Working with Mathematica Projects
    A detailed look at all of the features provided for creating and editing Mathematica code from within Workbench
  • Debugging, Testing, and Profiling
    An in-depth look at how to debug Mathematica code, how to build and use test suites as part of the development process, and how to profile code


Course attendees are expected to have basic familiarity with Mathematica, especially package creation.


Regular courses are held at our office in Amsterdam. Sometimes we provide the courses on site. The location is then mentioned in the agenda below.


19 April 2018, 10.00-17.00 Amsterdam




Dr. Rolf Mertig

Dr. Rolf Mertig is a long term (web)Mathematica programmer, trainer, consultant and a Wolfram Certified Traning Instructor.

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