JuliaCon continued online in 2021, and so we again asked our attendees to upload a photo of their hometown. Here once again is a collage representing the world wide nature of the Julia community.
JuliaCon moved online in 2020, and so we could not arrange the traditional group photo. We did however ask our attendees to upload a photo of the place they were joining from. Here is a collage, representing our global audience.
The number of our attendees grew enough that we had to hire a drone to take the photo. Here we are in sunny Baltimore.
JuliaCon moved to Europe for the first time. Here we are at the front quad of the University College, London.
JuliaCon moved west, to the University of California, Berkeley.
We continued at MIT for another year, with a growing audience.
With increasing interest, JuliaCon was held at MIT, the home of Julia. Here we are, with the angles of the Ghery's Stata Center behind us.
The first JuliaCon was held in Chicago, where nearly 80 early adopters came together to talk about this then new programming language. The rest is history!