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reinout

r1chardj0n3s

dabeaz

matthewrankin

whosaysni

nnrcschmdt

rrainey

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nsmgr8

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gg

skyl

milouse

bkokash

adityo

bkopanja

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mwalling

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mfandreas

ch0llima

theanalyst

threefjefff

Indy

gnubardt

Da_Nuke

perimosocordiae

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chris

luchak

sdhamilton

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reinout - 3 years

r1chardj0n3s - 2 years

dabeaz - 5 years

matthewrankin - 7 years

whosaysni - 22 years

nnrcschmdt - 7 years

rrainey - 20 years

audreyr - 5 years

nsmgr8 - 18 years

madewulf - 7 years

gg - 5 years

skyl - 3 years

milouse - 3 years

bkokash - 4 years

adityo - 3 years

bkopanja - 2 years

Kanru - 4 years

mwalling - 12 years

brutasse - 3 years

sanchom - 4 years

mfandreas - 11 years

ch0llima - 1 years

theanalyst - 10 years

threefjefff - 1 years

Indy - 2 years

gnubardt - 10 years

Da_Nuke - 10 years

perimosocordiae - 9 years

Swizec - 8 years

chris - 3 years

luchak - 8 years

sdhamilton - 8 years

chrisbrett665 - 8 years

1992–1993

Some lovely concepts in discrete signal processing only became clear after plugging away in matlab...

1995–2001

First used in Matrix Algebra class as part of undergraduate electrical engineering degree.

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2003–2007

Mostly for school-related stuff. Matlab is like crack for academics. I use Numpy/Scipy when I can.

2004–2006

Was penalized for handing in assignments that had Matlab and this funny lang called "Python". The instructions clearly said "matlab".

2005–2008

Most sientific projects rely on matlab, and I also used it in my graduation project.

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2006–2009

Used this before Python for my script-level research code and some computer vision courses.

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2007

Used it at University.
Doesn't seem useful to computer programmers, more like an engineer's modelling tool.

2008

Demon hellspawn language. Might have something to do with not being a math person or not being given matrix problems to code using it.

2008–

I first took this one in signal analysis class. Good for its intended use as a mathematical programming language. When working with tons of numbers it's hard to debug though... I once helped a friend with a MATLAB code that ran a big motherfucking multi-million iterations loop, andthe only way to debug was to observe your code. My real MATLAB trial was in data transmission class though... I did in that class a simulation of a BPSK-QAM transmitter that sends a file through a headphone cable, it was pretty ballin'. I left that class a genius at MATLAB and it looks like I'm set for even more years of MATLAB...

2008–2009

I only touched the very basics of it during some university lessons. They say it is a very powerful scientific tool.

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Have been once a Mathematician