Federico CarroneinThis is not a Monad tutorialWe wrote a book! “Data Science in Julia for Hackers” beta is now live and free to readLearn about data science and Julia while solving real-life problemsMar 21, 2021Mar 21, 2021

Federico CarroneinThis is not a Monad tutorialModeling complexity with Symbolics.jl and ModelingToolkit.jlAn interview with Chris RackauckasMar 18, 2021Mar 18, 2021

Federico CarroneinThis is not a Monad tutorialLAM: an actor-model VM for WebAssembly and nativeAn interview with its creator, Leandro OsteraFeb 26, 2021Feb 26, 2021

Federico CarroneinThis is not a Monad tutorialBallista, a distributed compute platform made with Rust and Apache ArrowAn interview with its creator, Andy GroveJan 28, 2021Jan 28, 2021

Federico CarroneinThis is not a Monad tutorialRebuilding the Racket Compiler with Chez SchemeAn interview on Racket CS with programmers Gustavo Massaccesi Matthew FlattNov 26, 2020Nov 26, 2020

Federico CarroneinThis is not a Monad tutorialScientific Machine Learning with Julia: the SciML ecosystemInterview with Chris RackauckasNov 13, 2020Nov 13, 2020

Federico CarroneinThis is not a Monad tutorialStumpy: unleashing the power of the matrix profile for time series analysisAn interview with Stumpy creator Sean LawNov 2, 2020Nov 2, 2020

Federico CarroneinThis is not a Monad tutorialJulia GPUHow the Julia language is making it easy for programmers to use GPU capabilitiesOct 20, 2020Oct 20, 2020

Federico CarroneinThis is not a Monad tutorialSymJAX: symbolic CPU/GPU/TPU programmingA symbolic programming version of JAXSep 18, 2020Sep 18, 2020

Federico CarroneinThis is not a Monad tutorialFor the first time, enjoy all the talks of BuzzConf 2020 online and free of charge!Enjoy talks on functional programming, Julia, Python, data science, machine learning, observability, operating systems and more!Jul 26, 2020Jul 26, 2020