Changing the Python vs Julia mindset

I made a brief Google search for “Python + Julia” and only received “Python vs Julia” results. Because Python requires C++ for performance, it would be odd to find a “Python vs C++” mentality, at least in DS/ML world. Maybe we need to spread more the “Python and Julia are (or will be) the best friends” motto? Specially when some in python community realize that their future effort looks a lot like Julia but not exactly. Perhaps more pyjulia kind thrust is the best formula for the consolidation of Julia?

In the future, will we speak of "the two languages Joy " instead of “the two languages problem”? (it’s joke) Any thought?


If Julia could make libraries, we could start making python packages with Julia code, so it would be “Python + Julia” vs “Python + C++”.