COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Feb. 15 — Danske Bank, Denmark’s largest bank, announced that JuliaPro will be available on Microsoft Azure’s Data Science Virtual Machine (DSVM) for participants in the Business Analytics Challenge 2017.
The Business Analytics Challenge 2017 is sponsored by Danske Bank, Microsoft and KMD. The competition is open to all undergraduate and master’s degree students in Denmark and the first prize is 75 thousand kroner.Registration is open until March 31.
This announcement comes two months after the release of JuliaPro and one month after JuliaPro launched on Microsoft Azure’s Data Science Virtual Machine (DSVM).
Viral Shah, Julia Computing CEO says, “We are thrilled that Julia adoption is accelerating so rapidly during the first quarter of 2017. In the last three months, we introduced the new JuliaPro and launched it on the world’s two largest cloud environments: Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft Azure’s Data Science Virtual Machine (DSVM). Julia Computing wishes the best of luck to all contestants in the Danske Bank Business Analytics Challenge 2017.”
About Julia Computing
Julia Computing (JuliaComputing.com) was founded in 2015 by the co-creators of the Julia language to provide support to businesses and researchers who use Julia.
Julia is the fastest modern high performance open source computing language for data and analytics. It combines the functionality and ease of use of Python, R, Matlab, SAS and Stata with the speed of Java and C++. Julia delivers dramatic improvements in simplicity, speed, capacity and productivity.
Source: Julia Computing