Hi lovely people
Microsoft develops a special kernel for Jupyter Notebooks that can interact with different languages.
It seems almost trivial, to implement new languages, you simply connect to an existing kernel.
The whole things acts as a single kernel, that can have multiple subkernel
The nice thing about that is, that its compatible with all existing Jupyter implementations,
so JupyterLab, VSCode, IDEA, nteract and so on.
I could open up an issue on Github.
As someone, who is not into data science (as this seems mostly useful for), I like to ask first, if that is actually useful, or if the current Julia Jupyter kernel can do all of that for you as is.
Is this useful to you?