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SkillsCast

Design and Implementation of Juno -- a Julia IDE

23rd February 2016 in London at CodeNode

This SkillsCast was filmed at Design and Implementation of Juno -- a Julia IDE

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 environments like Matlab. Mike Innes will talk about how all this fits together, the work that has been completed so far, and the plans in hand for the future.

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Design and Implementation of Juno -- a Julia IDE

Mike Innes

Mike is a recent physics graduate who managed to combine his undergraduate studies with a number of seminal packages such as Markdown, Lazy, Atom and Blink. He started the Juno project while studying for his degree and now works on it full time for MIT and Julia Computing.

SkillsCast

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 environments like Matlab. Mike Innes will talk about how all this fits together, the work that has been completed so far, and the plans in hand for the future.

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Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Design and Implementation of Juno -- a Julia IDE

Mike Innes

Mike is a recent physics graduate who managed to combine his undergraduate studies with a number of seminal packages such as Markdown, Lazy, Atom and Blink. He started the Juno project while studying for his degree and now works on it full time for MIT and Julia Computing.