Daily Archives: November 29, 2015

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First steps with Julia

Julia is what I’d like Python to be: dynamic but fast like C, supporting strong typing without being dogmatic (in both directions: static vs. dynamic), with a powerful REPL and many modules written in the same language (so I don’t have to switch to C). Julia is still a new language and I suppose not many of us use it currently in production. And yes, Julia is an ‘academic’ language, with a strong emphasis on technical/scientific computing, but honestly, would you rather like to run your business on an ‘anti-scientific’ / ‘anti-technical’ language? Yes, I know, it sounds very polemic because there […]