This is a list of resources and articles about the Julia language.
20/8/2020 12:56 The JuliaMono Typeface: Today I learned that Julia has its own typeface. It has huge Unicode coverage, with 10,028 glyphs.
3/8/2020 13:44 Julia 1.5 Highlights: The new release of the most advanced language for scientific computing features significant improvements in convenience and performance.
23/7/2020 1:08 The Top Programming Languages: Julia is #19, breaking into the top 20 for the first time.
11/7/2020 1:58 Programming languages: Julia touts its speed edge over Python and R | ZDNet: Benchmarks suggest programming language Julia may be the best choice for big-data analysis using CSV format files.
16/6/2020 19:13 DifferentialEquations.jl 4.2: Krylov Exponential Integrators, Non-Diagonal Adaptive SDEs, Tau-Leaping: Recent progress in this widely-used package.
10/6/2020 11:01 JuliaCon 2020 Goes Online: Register now, free of charge, to reserve your spot.
27/5/2020 0:26 Oceananigans.jl: “Fast and friendly fluid dynamics on CPUs and GPUs”
19/5/2020 21:49 OSCAR Computer Algebra System: A symbolic mathematics library for Julia, in an early stage of development.
10/5/2020 10:05 Turing.jl: “Bayesian inference with probabilistic programming”—a Julia package written in Julia.
5/5/2020 12:41 Coming in Julia 1.5: Time Traveling (Linux) Bug Reporting: “If you can reproduce it on a linux machine and get us a trace from the
https://rr-project.org/, we can probably get it fixed for you very rapidly. For the uninitiated,
rris a Linux debugging tool originally developed at Mozilla by Robert O’Callahan and others. It is a tool known as a ‘time traveling debugger’ or ‘reverse execution engine’.”
10/4/2020 18:15 Announcing Gnuplot v1.1.0 - A Julia interface to gnuplot: “the first production ready version of Gnuplot.jl, a package to drive an external gnuplot 16 process from Julia.”
15/8/2018 14:43 Announcing the release of Julia 1.0
9/8/2018 12:46 Julia 1.0 is here: Back in 2014 I thought that Julia might become the preferred language for numerically intensive computing. It’s already made impressive inroads in this area, and the arrival of v.1.0, with its promise of a long future of non-breaking language development, can only accelerate its adoption.
1/6/2018 14:46 Julia Keeps Getting Better: As release 1.0 of the numerical/scientific language Julia was approaching, here was one man’s list of favorite new features.
11/11/2015 12:51 Great News for the Julia Language: A $600,000 grant to help get to the 1.0 release.
15/9/2014 22:40 Vectorization with Julia: Detailed article on SIMD vectorization in Julia 0.3.
21/8/2014 20:06 Julia 0.3 Released: The latest release contains numerous performance, library, and REPL enhancements.
11/7/2014 16:34 Web development in Julia: A progress report.: First steps .
7/7/2014 14:07 GraphLayout.jl: “Graph layout algorithms in pure Julia. Currently only has the spring-based method of Fruchterman and Reingold (1991), but more can and will be added.”