Design and Implementation of Juno -- a Julia IDE

Feb 23, 2016 · Greater London, United Kingdom

At this month's London Julia meetup, we welcome Michael Innes, who has been contributing to Julia for 3 years, while at the time studying Physics at Oxford. 

Julia's fledgling IDE project (Juno), 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.

Mike has a recently graduated and managed to combine his undergraduate commitments with a number of seminal packages such as Markdown, Lazy, Atom and Blink. He started developing Juno as part of a Google Summer of Code project and now works on it full time for MIT and Julia Computing.

Again we thank Skillsmatter for again hosting the event (now at Codenode in Moorgate) and as usual would ask you to RSVP with us and also register on the SKM site:

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    Julia is a high-level, high-performance dynamic programming language for technical computing, with syntax that is familiar to users of other technical computing environments. It provides a sophisticated compiler, distributed parallel execution, numerical accuracy, and an extensive mathematical function library. Want to show what you are working on? Questions to ask? Want to meet others who are using Julia? Let's meetup and talk Julia!

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