Monday, December 30, 2019

Julia programming language from MIT

Is Julia the next big programming language? MIT thinks so, as version 1.0 lands - TechRepublic

"Julia, the MIT-created programming language for developers "who want it all", hit its milestone 1.0 release

Released in 2012, Julia is designed to combine the speed of C with the usability of Python, the dynamism of Ruby, the mathematical prowess of MatLab, and the statistical chops of R.

"The release of Julia 1.0 signals that Julia is now ready to change the technical world by combining the high-level productivity and ease of use of Python and R with the lightning-fast speed of C++," says MIT professor Alan Edelman."

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