Learn Julia Step by Step from Scratch

Anjali Singh, Functional Programming Experts

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31 Videos (1h 3m)
    • Introduction

      1:56
    • Installing Julia

      3:02
    • Variables and Constants

      2:28
    • Mathematical Calculations

      1:51
    • Bitwise Operations

      1:55
    • Bitwise Shifting

      1:47
    • Polynomial Equation

      1:06
    • Complex Numbers

      2:53
    • Angle and Absolute Value

      2:18
    • ASCII and UNICODE Standards

      1:58
    • Strings and Memory Indexing

      2:09
    • String to Sub String

      1:35
    • Function

      1:50
    • Alternative way to Define a Function

      0:48
    • Implicit and Explicit Return

      1:47
    • Automatically Returns the Last Value

      0:45
    • Returning Multiple Values

      1:15
    • Operators as Functions

      1:19
    • Functions as First Class Objects

      0:39
    • Map Function

      1:37
    • Functions With Optional Arguments

      1:04
    • If Else Statements

      3:02
    • Ternary Operator

      2:07
    • For Loop

      2:40
    • While Loop

      1:26
    • Continue

      2:19
    • Compound Statements

      2:18
    • Coroutine

      5:01
    • Automate the Procedure of Getting Output

      2:11
    • Exception Handling

      3:07
    • Types of Exceptions

      2:28

About This Class

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Julia is an easy, fast, open source language.  Julia is a fresh approach to technical computing, combining expertise from diverse fields of computational and computer science.

The course starts with the basics and shows you how to design and implement some of the general purpose features of Julia. Is fast development and fast execution possible at the same time? Julia provides the best of both worlds with its wide range of types, and our course covers this in depth.

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. 

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Anjali Singh

Functional Programming Experts

Anjali has been working with front end programming language for more than 6 Years. With an innate ability to simplify complex topics, she has been mentoring students beginning their careers in software development and Mathematics for many years both online and through classroom lectures. Anjali has now started her own initiative "Bhelabandh Technologies" to promote Functional Languages, with some expert software professionals creating courses on Functional Programming. Functional Programming languages like Rust are considered to be languages of future. Its the right time to invest in yourself by learning functional programming.