Julia 1.0 is out, for those who haven't checked out the language and ecosystem, worth your time :)

@acciomath the official Youtube channel is pretty good, you have long format live streams along with Jupyter notebooks for starters

@acciomath Otherwise it depends on what you're working on, check the JuliaCon2018 videos (same channel), find packages you find interesting / useful and start playing

@matbesancon Cool, thanks! I don't know if I'll be able to start it up soon, but it sure looks neat

@acciomath whatever method you prefer to learn, first step is always to download it and see what it looks like :)

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