The secret to making the big bucks and landing that dream programming job is pretty simple. Pick a few key languages and get really, really good at them. Choosing languages that have a solid foundation and a promising future is also a good idea; and Julia fits that bit perfectly. This relatively new kid on the block (its first release was in 2012) is on the verge of becoming huge, and this online course will help you get one step ahead of everyone else by learning it fast, and learning it now.
Get Ahead of the Coding Curve
- Write Julia code to intermediate level
- Perform File IO operations in Julia
- Understand Julia fundamentals with real world examples
- Learn one of the most popular new programming languages
Learn Julia Fundamentals
This Julia online course will take you from complete beginner to intermediate. Starting at the very beginning, you will be guided through the installation process and the basic functions and features of Julia will be presented to you. Variables, strings, logical operators, arrays, types, dictionaries, loops, list comprehensions, scope and modules are all covered to give you a thorough footing in the world of Julia.
The second half of the course moves into more advanced features. You’ll dive into File IO reading, directories and learn how to write to files before moving on to meta programming, error handling, and various other more complex features of Julia. Each lesson provides download-able code so you don’t miss a trick and can go back over the material at your leisure.
Anyone who has a handle on basic programming concepts will get through this course with flying colours, as will those who are completely new to Julia and programming in general. You don’t need any previous credentials to begin... in fact, all you need is a computer with an internet connection to be on your way to a glittering programming career.
Julia is a high-level, high-performance, dynamic programming language mostly used for technical, numerical and statistical computing. It’s also becoming increasingly popular for general-purpose programming, web use and as a specification language. It combines the powerful performance of C with the prototyping of Python.