Python was programmer’s first choice when it came into simplicity and machine learning implementation. But today a new language called Julia is going to take over python very soon according to developer-focused analyst Red Monk.
Julia is not so much new really it had been available since 2012. Last week, analysts from the TIOBE programming language indicator noted that Julia to the very first time made its top 50 list.
Stephen O’Grady, the co-founder of Red Monk, has likewise observed the growing fascination with Julia which climbed three places to 36th place over the previous three months, according to its hottest positions . It also was the fourth quarter in a row it has grown, up from 52nd place a year ago.
Its rising popularity might be explained by Julia’s four makers outlined when they introduced it into 2012: to produce a perfect language which suited their jobs in scientific computing and machine learning, data mining, and large-scale linear algebra, distributed and concurrent computing too.
“We want a language that’s open source, with a liberal license. We would like the rate of C using all the dynamism of how Ruby” they are written.
According to them they ran a firm named Julia Computing in which Julia was downloaded twice. O’Grady says Julia’s constant increase makes it easy to watch however added that”the esoteric nature of the language may yet relegate it to market status”.