\julia version of \LaTeX

Hi, I’d like to be able to typeset the julia icon in LaTeX documents just like I can for LaTeX via \LaTeX. I have a crude implementation of

%
% A macro for typesetting julia
%
\usepackage{xcolor}
\newcommand{\julia}{\ensuremath{\overset{\color{blue}\bullet\color{black}}{\jmath}ul\hspace{-1pt}\overset{\color{red}\bullet\color{black}}{\imath}^{\vphantom{|}^{!!\color{teal}\Huge{\bullet}\color{black}}}!!\overset{\color{purple}\bullet\color{black}}{a}}}

I was hoping someone out there had a better implementation.
Thanks

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This is a bit old now but here is a link to a discussion: https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/113421/making-a-latex-version-of-a-textual-logotype

The tikz version is pretty impressive in my opinion.

Adam

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Sorry,

There is a newer version on github.
https://github.com/vancleve/julia_logo_latex

Adam

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Your link does not link to anywhere. It is just the address with link formatting.

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Perhaps it was because he was a new poster. Not sure. Here is the linked link.

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Perfect!
Thanks so much. I figured that someone had to have done this.

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