Wolfram Research is announcing new efforts to give developers access to its computational programming language, the Wolfram Language.
The company announced the Free Wolfram Engine for Developers, an engine for the Wolfram Language capable of being deployed on any system and called from programs, languages and web services, Wolfram Research explained.
According to Wolfram, the beauty of the language is it enables programmers to express things in a computational way, “It’s not just a language for telling computers what to do. It’s a language that both computers and humans can use to represent computational ways of thinking about things. It’s a language that puts into concrete form a computational view of everything. It’s a language that lets one use the computational paradigm as a framework for formulating and organizing one’s thoughts,” Wolfram wrote in a post.
Python developers can access the Wolfram language through a local Wolfram Engine or Wolfram Cloud.
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