Creating parallel applications with the Julia programming language

Conclusions

Although Julia is still a young language, you can already use it to write plenty of productive code. Julia is practically unbeatable – especially for applications in the field of numerical calculations – and it will someday replace older toolsets like Python, R, or MATLAB.

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