Dragan Djuric

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About Dragan Djuric

Hi, I'm Dragan, the creator of Uncomplicate, a family of Clojure libraries for AI, ML, and GPU high performance computing.

BREAKING NEWS: I'm writing a series of books on Interactive Programming for Artificial Intelligence using Clojure. Check out more and download samples at: https://aiprobook.com and https://aiprobook.com/deep-learning-for-programmers

All libraries are free, open source, and they come with a ton of documentation and tutorials on my blog.

  1. Neanderthal is a Clojure library for linear algebra and vectorization on CPU and GPU.
  2. ClojureCL brings OpenCL GPU computing to Clojure that supports AMD, Nvidia, and Intel GPU.
  3. ClojureCUDA enables CUDA acceleration on Nvidia GPU directly from your Clojure REPL.
  4. Bayadera does Probabilistic Data Analysis on the GPU, from Clojure
  5. Fluokitten brings category theory to Clojure
These libraries are quite innovative, they are programmed in Clojure, and promote Clojure values of simplicity and elegance, while surpassing competitive libraries from other ecosystems in terms of speed and performance.

See some conference talks about them: EuroClojure 2016Bob Konferenz 2017ClojuTRE & SmallFP 2018.

While these libraries can be considered research, they are made 100% for Clojure programmers in mind, by a Clojure programmer. Your contribution can help me prove that it is possible to sustain the project's independence.

I am committed to their continued development, and to writing the guides and documentation that teach how to use them.  You can help in making this sustainable by adopting a function from these libraries as your pet. Please consider contributing!
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