Programming languages: Julia touts its speed edge over Python and R

Julia programming language: What developers love and hate Watch Now If you’re a data scientist and need to analyze loads of CSV files for insights into, say, stock-price and market movements, the Julia programming language trumps machine-learning rivals Python and R, according to Julia supporters.   Machine learning has propelled Python upwards to make it probably the most popular programming language among developers these days, along with Java and JavaScript.  Developer Software developers: How plans to automate coding could mean big changes ahead Developer jobs: Demand for programming language Python falls amid pandemic Visual Studio 2019: Now IntelliSense linter for C++ programming language cleans up code Apple Silicon promises more powerful Macs, but developers face growing pains (ZDNet YouTube) The Best Web Hosting Providers (CNET) How to get a developer job (TechRepublic) However, Julia, a young language with roots in MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL), has also become one to watch, having found a core audience among data scientists.  SEE: Virtual hiring tips for job seekers and recruiters (free PDF) (TechRepublic) Julia is not among the top 10 programming languages that developers use but it is in the top 10 most-loved programming languages in this year’s survey… Read full this story

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