Julia is a free and open source high level, high performance dynamically typed programming language. You can build entire Applications and Microservices in Julia. It compile to efficient native code for multiple platforms via LLVM. It comes with reproducible environments, uses multiple dispatch, asynchronous I/O, meta programming, debugging, logging, profiling, a package manager and more. It is released under the MIT license.
You can easily integrate it with your favorite text editors. Currently it supports VS Code, Jupyter, Pluto.jl, Vim, Emacs, NotePad++.
How to Install Julia Programming Language on Ubuntu Linux
You can easily install Julia via snap package file from the snap store. open the terminal application using the ctrl+alt+t keys and run below Julia snap install command. it will install the latest version of Julia on your system.
sudo snap install julia --classic
After the installation you can start it in your terminal using below command.