The new Wolfram Language: Now available on Raspberry Pi

January 23, 2014 at 1:25 am 1 comment

The new Wolfram Language sounds pretty interesting.  I was struck by the announcement that it’s going to run on the $25 Raspberry Pi (thanks to Guy Haas for that).  And I liked Wolfram’s cute blog post where he makes his holiday cards with his new language (see below), which features the ability to have pictures as data elements.  I haven’t learned much about the language yet — it looks like mostly like the existing Mathematica language.  I’m curious about what they put in to meet the design goal of having it work as an end-user programming language.

Here are the elements of the actual card we’re trying to assemble:

Now we create a version of the card with the right amount of “internal padding” to have space to insert the particular message:

via “Happy Holidays”, the Wolfram Language Way—Stephen Wolfram Blog.

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