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Julia: A Fast Dynamic Language For Technical Computing
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| by Stefan Karpinski Follow 0 Followers , Jeff Bezanson Follow 0 Followers on Nov 07, 2012 |

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Stefan Karpinski and Jeff Bezanson introduce Julia, a Mathlab-like dynamic language with a sophisticated parametric type system supporting multiple dispatch.

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Stefan Karpinski is one of the co-creators and developers of the Julia language. He is an applied mathematician and data scientist by trade, having worked at Akamai, Citrix Online, and Etsy, but currently is employed as a researcher at MIT. Jeff Bezanson is a core developer of the Julia language. Before, he was a principal developer of M#, an implementation of the MATLAB language running on .NET.

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