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Making sense of biological Big Data using Julia
Featuring Marc Williams
The amount of biological data being generated has exploded in the past 5 years, primarily due to the decreasing costs of high throughput sequencing. In particular tens of thousands of cancer genomes have been sequenced. Interpreting this data in a meaningful way however, is challenging. We...julia programming-languages open-source
Design and Implementation of Juno -- a Julia IDE
Featuring Mike Innes
Julia's fledgling IDE project, is an effort started within the Julia community, to provide tooling and support for the Julia language. More than just tooling, it is intended to push the boundaries in programming environments and provide a really high-quality, open-source alternative to...julia juno julia-ide
How to make Julia fly : write high performance code with Julia
Featuring Avik Sengupta
This talk will show you how to write the fastest possible Julia code.julia
Julia is [ not anything ] at all about being fast, but it helps!
Featuring Malcolm Sherrington
Julia is probably best known for its speed as compared to its 'rivals', Matlab, R and Python. By seeking to answer a seemingly extremely simple question, Malcolm Sherrington will discuss where the speed comes from and also delve into some of the features of Julia which really set it...#julia
Looking inside Julia
Featuring Simon Byrne
At this month's London Julia meetup, we welcome Simon Byrne, who has been contributing to Julia and various packages since it became an open-source project in 2012 Simon says: " One of my favourite things about Julia is that it is so easy to peek under the hood, in order to understand...julia julia-lang parallel-programming
Networks, Data, Models and Statistical Learning in Julia
Featuring Michael Stumpf
Simulation has become an important tool to understand real-world phenomena. It is also central to many statistical inference approaches, especially in the increasingly popular Approximate Bayesian Computation (ABC) framework.julia data statistical-learning modeling
The Power of Multiple Dispatch
Featuring Avik Sengupta
Would you like to discover more about multiple dispatch and its most distinguishably features? Learn from the expert who discovered Julia itself, Avik Sengupta, the perfect way to get first hand experience.multiple-dispatch julia-lang java syntax