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I'm a former derivatives trader, and an amateur user of WL. I've been around since v11, after Association came about, which seems to be the most substantial development in quite a while. While I have no doubt many parts of the language are becoming more optimized, I haven't witnessed any breakthrough functionality. I enjoyed WebExecute (12.0) and the new ...


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My answer would be (Feynman's famous question): "Compared to what?" I'm fully immersed in the symbol-manipulation power of Mathematica and while I haven't studied other systems in any depth, I'm immensely impressed by the powerful functions and kinds of problems that are now amenable to symbolic computation. The curated databases continue to grow. ...


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To be quite honest, I'm increasingly disappointed by Mathematica's progress. Yes, some of the core functionality has improved in efficiency, but there are still gaping holes in what you'd think would be important core areas, things that are important to many different fields. For a key example, consider FullSimplify itself. FullSimplify has had a bug where ...


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