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Keno Fischer is a core developer of the Julia programming language and co-founder and CTO at Julia Computing. Keno has been working on Julia for most of the past 8 years, contributing major parts of the compiler, REPL and binary package management infrastructure, as well as the Julia Machine Learning stack. In his research, Keno likes to push the boundaries of possibilities for programming systems, from exascale computation to practical systems for homomorphic encryption. Keno holds an AM degree in Physics from Harvard University and was recognized by Forbes as one of their “30 under 30”.
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