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Neat! I saw a compared posting by William Sage where he compared R with recursion (known to be sloooooow) , Julia and the same fibonacci code in Cython and Julia is 400 times faster than R and compiled Sage is 4000 times faster than R .

steins post

But one of the Cython developers (a norwegian guy) also says that Cython and Julia should work together and his post is here

`Neat! I saw a compared posting by William Sage where he compared R with recursion (known to be sloooooow) , Julia and the same fibonacci code in Cython and Julia is 400 times faster than R and compiled Sage is 4000 times faster than R . [steins post](http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.comp.mathematics.sage.devel/58320) But one of the Cython developers (a norwegian guy) also says that Cython and Julia should work together and [his post is here](https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!topic/julia-dev/YftOOEfcwrk)`