Data science startup co-founded by former UIDAI executive gets 0K

Julia Computing LLC, a startup that aims to commercialise the open source programming language Julia, has received a $600K grant from the US-based Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, according to a press release. The capital will be used to develop the existing beta level of language and move its core open-source computing language and libraries into its first production version over two years. As part of this, the Julia team is also looking to make improvements in various libraries (statistical, mathematical, graphical, etc.) as well as develop a debugger, a profiler and an integrated development environment. The startup was founded in May this year by the creators of Julia language – Viral Shah, Jeff Bezanson, Stefan Karpinski and MIT applied mathematics professor Alan Edelman – to cater to the demand…


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