Lauschke Consulting

  • Scala class released
    Jul 26, 2012: We have released a new class about Transitioning from Java to Scala. Please visit S4JDs.
  • JavaTools 2.0 released
    May 31, 2012: JavaTools was extended with several additional combinatorial optimization features, and the code compilation was extended with C# and F# code compilation. You can now compile Java, C#, and F# code directly from Mathematica. JavaTools received a new version number 2.0.
  • JavaTools 1.1 released
    Feb 6, 2012: JavaTools was extended with several new combinatorial optimization features and additional implementations of the GoogleCollections and received a new version number 1.1.
  • Jul 3, 2011: GoogleDocsLink was renamed to GoogleDataLink and was upgraded to include features to manage Google Calendar from Mathematica.
  • Jun 6, 2011: JavaTools launched.
    Go to JavaTools
  • Mar 25, 2010: Five tutorial screencasts about CalcLink on YouTube:

    Part 1: Use from the Mathematica front-end
    Part 2: Use from the spreadsheet
    Part 3: Graphics Capabilities and CalcPad
    Part 4: Kernel Sharing, Expression Browser, Symbol Browser, Error-Handling
    Part 5: Advanced Applications: databases, webservices, and Principal Components Analysis
  • Feb 18, 2010: CalcLink is compatible with the newly released OpenOffice 3.2.
  • Feb 15, 2010: DDFLink is launched.
    Go to DDFLink
  • Oct 23, 2009: GoogleDataLink is launched on the Mathematica conference 2009.
    Go to GoogleDataLink
  • Sep 1, 2009: CalcLink is compatible with the newly released OpenOffice 3.1.1.
  • Aug 25, 2009: Power-Programming with CalcLink and the new GoogleDataLink will be presented on the Wolfram Technology Conference, October 22-24, 2009.

  • Wolfram Research
    Wolfram Research 2009 Technology Conference

  • Aug 9, 2009: CalcLink support for OpenOffice 3.0 and Java 5 is dropped. Current versions are now OpenOffice 3.1 and Java 6. Mathematica 6 is still supported.
  • Aug 2, 2009: We have begun working on a link product to GoogleDocs (aka "GoogleOffice"). We'll call it GoogleDataLink, and it should be ready soon. Lauschke Consulting is the only provider of bi-directional Mathematica link products to free office suites, CalcLink for OpenOffice and GoogleDataLink for GoogleDocs -- two of the most popular free office suites that exist.
  • Mar 30, 2009: CalcLink 1.1 is now shipping. Version 1.1 provides performance enhancements for OpenOffice 3.
  • Jan 28, 2009: We have started a mathematics section on our website. Please visit our Math Pages
  • Nov 25, 2008: SpreadsheetForm is shipping. See the product page.
  • Sep 1, 2008: CalcLink will be presented on the Wolfram Technology Conference, October 22-25, 2008.

  • Wolfram Research
    Wolfram Research 2008 Technology Conference

  • Feb 19, 2008: XTLink is now shipping. Available for Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
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