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CoCalc’s Blog

Welcome to our Blog Page!

Stay current with CoCalc’s newest features and updates, and enjoy some short writings about our experience in the cloud-based software industry!

We hope this page provides greater insight into what CoCalc can provide customers from all different backgrounds, and we will happily accept requests for upcoming content.

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Everything You Need to Know About Computational Whiteboard

What exactly is Computational Whiteboard? And more importantly, how can you use it?

This article dives into the many features of Computational Whiteboard, and how you can benefit from their use.

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Tutorial Series

All About Whiteboard

Learn about CoCalc’s newest feature Computational Whiteboard! Organize your thoughts while working on a fully-featured canvas and interacting simultaneously with project collaborators. Sketch, use stickers and post-it notes, converse via side chat, and even run code using various kernels with the most recent innovation by CoCalc.

Getting Started With CoCalc

(Coming Soon) Getting started with CoCalc has never been so easy! This brief walk-through will give you all of the information required to hit the ground running by starting a project, upgrading / inputing a license, adding collaborators, creating files, and navigating some of the various interfaces associated with their respective file types.

CoCalc Tutorial Series: the Essential Guide

(Coming Soon) A quick glimpse of the upcoming tutorial series from your favorite cloud-based computational software. What to expect content-wise, and how to best utilize these new resources to complement the Instructor Guide, Student Guide, and existing Documentation on CoCalc’s main website. Reach out to request additional content!

William Stein: Creator of CoCalc

(Coming Soon) This article focuses on William Stein, the creator of CoCalc and founder/CEO of SageMath, Inc. He has an amazing backstory which has ultimately led to his unique perspective on open-source mathematical software, the pros/cons of commercialized products, and life in general as an academic and software executive.

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