🎈 Simple reactive notebooks for Julia
I only used Julia for a short time, but I didn't see the blazing fast speeds I was promised. I've seen the benchmarks, of course, on which the claims are founded, but the C-like speeds weren't obvious to me in everyday data science workflows. In the end, there wasn't sufficient motivation for me to switch to Julia as my weapon of choice. I do like Pluto, though...
Enabling StaticCompiler.jl-based compilation of (some) Julia code to standalone native binaries by avoiding GC allocations and llvmcall-ing all the things!
We already have some forward prototypes of being able to run Julia ahead-of-time compiled native code from the command line.
I think what we'll end up with is a language that can be used in both a fully static mode and in a dynamic mode along with some possible mixing. We may yet get the benefits of a statically compiled language as the tooling continues to develop. I do not see anything inherent in the language that would prevent that from happening.
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Pluto: Simple Reactive Notebooks for Julia
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 21 Sep 2023
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2 projects | /r/orgmode | 25 Aug 2022
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1 project | /r/Julia | 31 May 2022