I gave a voluntary three day Julia workshop (+ Hacktoberfest Hackathon) for undergraduate physicists at the University of Cologne last week and it (once again) has been a great pleasure. Julia is just as much fun to teach as coding in it!
Fortunately, the students see it the same way: over 60 students applied for the workshop (they don’t get any credit points!) and from the feedback it’s clear that they love the language and will dive deeper into it! Seed successfully sown
I thought it might be a good idea to share the workshop material here for other students and lecturers. Feel free to check it out on github: https://github.com/crstnbr/JuliaWorkshop19
Let me also take this opportunity to once again say thank you! Lots of resources from other community members have been used/refactored in the workshop and I hope I did a better job than last time of pointing them out in the Resources.md. Please, let me know if you feel inadequately referenced.
It is a pleasure to be part of the Julia community!