Julia Programming Language (What you need to know)

Julia Programming Language

Julia is a dynamic, general-purpose programming language that was designed for high performance. It has many great features that make it a great language for numerical analysis and computational science.

Here are free infographics about Julia to help you quickly get up to speed with the language. You can download any of these images and use them for free in personal or commercial projects.

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JULIA WAS DESIGNED FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE

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Julia is a high-performant programming language. Julia is one of the few high-level programming languages in which petaFLOPS computations have been achieved, others being C, C++, and Fortran.

JULIA IS LOVED BY THE DEVELOPER COMMUNITY

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According to a Stack Overflow survey of 2022, Julia is the 5th most loved programming language. It is loved by 70.69% of professional developers versus 29.31% of professional developers who dreaded it.

WHAT IS JULIA USED FOR?

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Julia is used for Data Visualization and Plotting, Data Science, Machine Learning, Scientific Computing, Parallel and Heterogeneous Computing, Embedded Systems, Web UIs, Native UIs, and more.

COMPANIES USING JULIA

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Julia is used by a lot of companies, some of the popular ones include BlackRock, Intel, Aviva, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, NASA, Brazilian INPE, United Therapeutics, AstraZeneca, Moderna, Climate Modelling Alliance, Google, Microsoft, Pfizer, IBM, NERSC, MIT, Princeton, CISCO, Zebrium, AOT Energy, Adobe, Zipline, UC Berkeley and many others.

JULIA DEVELOPER SALARIES

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Julia developers get an average salary of $80,000 per year.

To get started with Julia, Download and install Julia for your operating system. The installation process is clear and straightforward. You can learn more using the Julia documentation.