Name: [6430] Resolver Systems
Member: 77 months
Authored: 12 videos

Resolver Systems

Resolver Systems was founded in 2005 to produce a next generation spreadsheet. The founders, Giles Thomas, Robert Smithson and Patrick Kemmis, had all struggled with the challenges of running multi-million or multi-billion dollar businesses through poorly debugged spreadsheets. Their solution - Resolver One - seamlessly integrates a powerful and flexible programming language and a traditional spreadsheet environment. Already Resolver One is used by companies in the financial, oil exploration and academic communities.

Authored Video Series

Resolver Systems A short preview of the new grid component that we are developing for Resolver One.
Resolver Systems Resolver One is built on IronPython. In the past, this has had a limitation, in that it c [...]
Resolver Systems See how an interactive Python interpreter can help in working with a spreadsheet. Resolve [...]
Resolver Systems A demonstration of how to create reusable spreadsheets, or run multiple projections acros [...]
Resolver Systems Demonstrations of Resolver One features in the new v1.3 release.
Resolver Systems A quick introduction to how being able to put Python objects in the Resolver One helps yo [...]
Resolver Systems This screencast shows off the changes in version 1.1 of Resolver One. We've added a bunch [...]
Resolver Systems Tom Wright demonstrates how Python lists can be used in your Resolver One spreadsheets. T [...]
Resolver Systems Christian Muirhead demonstrates the use of user-defined functions in Resolver One.
Resolver Systems Resolver One is a new kind of spreadsheet, allowing you to integrate IronPython code with [...]
Resolver Systems A quick introduction to using header rows and columns along with named ranges in Resolver [...]
Resolver Systems Resolver One is an advanced spreadsheet using IronPython; one of its great advantages is [...]
Resolver Systems A very quick introduction to the Resolver One Web Server, an application that lets you tu [...]
Resolver Systems A very quick introduction to Resolver One, an application that mixes together ideas from [...]

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