Julia is a fast open-source language for data science, machine learning, and scientific computing. Julia provides the functionality, ease-of-use and intuitive syntax of R, Python, Matlab, SAS or Stata combined with the speed, capacity, and performance of C, C++ or Java. The Company's product delivers dramatic improvements in simplicity, speed, capacity, and productivity to solve massive computational problems quickly and accurately, making it the preferred language for big data and analytics.

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TypePrivate
HQBoston, US
Founded2013
Size (employees)28 (est)-3%
Websitejuliacomputing.com
Julia Computing was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Boston, US
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Key People/Management at Julia Computing

Alan Edelman

Alan Edelman

Co-Founder and Chief Scientist
Andrew Claster

Andrew Claster

Director of Marketing & Communications
Jeff Bezanson

Jeff Bezanson

Co-Founder and CTO (Language)
Stefan Karpinski

Stefan Karpinski

Co-Founder and CTO (Open Source)
Keno Fischer

Keno Fischer

Co-Founder and CTO (Tools)
Josh Day

Josh Day

Senior Research Scientist
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Julia Computing Office Locations

Julia Computing has an office in Boston
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Julia Computing Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2013

Julia Computing total Funding

$4.6 m

Julia Computing latest funding size

$4.60 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

Julia Computing investors

Julia Computing's latest funding round in June 2017 was reported to be $4.6 m. In total, Julia Computing has raised $4.6 m
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Julia Computing Blogs

Newsletter December 2018

Julia GitHub stars have nearly doubled since the release of Julia 1.0 and Julia is one of the top 10 languages on GitHub measured by stars and forks. Forbes has named Julia Computing co-founder and CTO Keno Fischer to its prestigious ‘30 Under 30’ list of young leaders in enterprise technology. …

Racefox uses Julia to provide digital sports coaching

With the proliferation of wearable devices, athletes are monitoring their performance and activity levels in ways that were unimaginable 10 years ago. However, beyond step counting and simple KPI readings there remain exciting possibilities in classifying different types of motions to help the athle…

Researchers use BioJulia to develop a new single-cell RNA sequencing method

Our body consists of different types of cells and the cell-to-cell heterogeneity is characterized by combinations of different ribonucleic acids (RNAs). Information about types and amounts of RNAs in cells helps us understand states and functions of cells, tissues, and organs. Single-cell RNA seque…

Julia Computing Awards Five Grants to Support Diversity and Inclusion in the Julia Community with Funding from Sloan Foundation

In keeping with the call for proposals issued last month, we have selected recipients for small grants to increase the diversity and inclusivity of the Julia community by targeting or benefiting underrepresented populations in computing. We had the pleasure of reviewing many fantastic applications a…

Forbes Names Julia Computing Co-Founder Keno Fischer to ‘30 Under 30’ List

Cambridge, MA – Forbes has named Julia Computing Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer Keno Fischer to its prestigious ‘30 Under 30’ list of young leaders in enterprise technology. The Forbes ‘30 Under 30’ list recognizes 30 extraordinary individuals under the age of 30 for their accomplishments.…

Julia at NIPS and the Future of Machine Learning Tools

We are excited to share several research papers on the Julia and Flux machine learning ecosystem, to be presented at the NIPS Systems for ML Workshop. Since initially proposing the need for a first-class language and ecosystem for machine learning (ML), we have made considerable progress, including …
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Julia Computing Company Life and Culture

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Julia Computing Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Julia Computing founded?

    Julia Computing was founded in 2013.

  • Who are Julia Computing key executives?

    Julia Computing's key executives are Alan Edelman, Andrew Claster and Jeff Bezanson.

  • How many employees does Julia Computing have?

    Julia Computing has 28 employees.

  • Who are Julia Computing competitors?

    Competitors of Julia Computing include Aerospike, Couchbase and Kubernetes.

  • Where are Julia Computing offices?

    Julia Computing has an office in Boston.

  • How many offices does Julia Computing have?

    Julia Computing has 1 office.