June 8, 2016

If you work for a company more than 15 years old, you have it. C/C++ or Fortran code that’s mission critical, validated by internal or external organizations, or simply so old no one knows how it works. And rewriting this, updating it or even finding someone who can read through it is a major challenge.  
 

But with the right set of techniques, these legacy artifacts can be brought into the modern world, where they can be connected to the internet and managed in a cost-effective way. They can even be packaged so they’re accessible to analysts and other developers who’ve never known the legacy language.

 

 

Modernize Your C/C++ & Fortran Code

 

If you work for a company more than 15 years old, you have it. C/C++ or Fortran code that’s mission critical, validated by internal or external organizations, or simply so old no one knows how it works. And rewriting this, updating it or even finding someone who can read through it is a major challenge.  
 

But with the right set of techniques, these legacy artifacts can be brought into the modern world, where they can be connected to the internet and managed in a cost-effective way. They can even be packaged so they’re accessible to analysts and other developers who’ve never known the legacy language.

We’ll show you how – on June 8th, Continuum Analytics Senior Solutions Architect T.J. Alumbaugh will show you how you can bring your legacy code into the 21st century with Python and Anaconda.

You’ll learn to:

  • Package Fortran and C/C++ code and enable everyone in your organization to bring it into their analytics environments

  • Create interactive visualizations from legacy code in minutes with Anaconda

  • Bring the Python ecosystem into your C code and vice-versa

 

T.J. will hold a Q and A session after the webinar, so tune in and get your questions answered.


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