One of Haskell’s features that I really liked was list comprehensions, so I was very pleased to discover how nice Julia’s comprehensions are!
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Someone on the Julia Slack mentioned this interview with Peter Norvig on the Gradient Dissent podcast.
The 4th edition of Peter’s book, “Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach” was released earlier this year.
When asked, “Do you think that Python will continue to be the main programming language for ML for the next decade?”, Peter replied, “Looking at where we are today, I guess I would be happier if Julia was the main language” ! (40:34)
I occasionally compile some statistics on programming language popularity by running a bunch of Google searches to rank programming languages according to the number of results. I wouldn’t read too much into these stats, but they are not without value.
I made the following Google searches and summed the results:
"implemented in <lang>" "written in <lang>" "developed in <lang>" "programmed in <lang>"