Empowering Innovation with the Julia LanguageReference
Julia is a fast, easy to use and open source dynamic language, which aims to enable developers to reap the benefits of low-level performance without compromising on high-level expressivity.
But how much of an impact has it really made? Has it really held up with the daunting task of tackling what is dubbed the “two language problem”?
We delve into how Julia, at a glance, has been impactful along these verticals and examine the wide-reaching impact it has had on society, academia, industry, and even the environment, while also revealing its significant contributions to scientific exploration and advancement.
Through real-world case studies and practical scenarios, we delve into how Julia is pushing the frontiers of science and engineering, enabling workflows in a vast array of domains from climate modeling and renewable energy optimization to space exploration and aeronautics. All in a faster and more efficient manner in every sense – from compute time to carbon friendliness.
Join us on this journey exploring computational programming with Julia and its profound impact on our world.
About the speaker
Anant Thazhemadam, Sharan Yalburgi
Anant is a Software Developer at JuliaHub, working on the JuliaSim suite of products. He is a long-term open source enthusiast and contributor, having contributed to a wide array of projects, the most notable being Julia's different ecosystems and the Linux kernel. He has also participated in open source programs such as LKMP and GSoC. More importantly, he is easily nerd-sniped. Sharan is a Research Engineer at JuliaHub, where he helping build JuliaSim - a next generation scientific modelling and simulation framework. He is an active open-source enthusiast and has made previous contributions to projects like JuliaGaussianProcesses, Turing.jl, and PyMC3.