Jane Herriman uses Jupyter notebooks to show you why Julia is special, demonstrate how easy it is to learn, and get you writing your first Julia programs. You’ll begin with an overview of Julia’s syntax before exploring Julia’s speed, power, and genericity as well as packages like PyCall and RCall that allow Julia to interface with other higher-level languages. You’ll leave ready to integrate Julia code into your existing workflows.
Jane Herriman is director of diversity and outreach at Julia Computing and a PhD student at Caltech. She is a Julia, dance, and strength training enthusiast who uses Jupyter notebooks to teach Julia.
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