- delete a few words - remove jargon "multiple dispatch" and "optional typing" What I really want there is a brief sentence giving some idea of what julia programs look like and what our basic model is. Hopefully this achieves that. - we said "high-performance JIT" twice, not necessary - remove mention of fault recovery and removing processors, because we don't have it yet. sorry. - I don't want to specifically promise what performance you'll get relative to C. just let the benchmarks speak for themselves.
"very" should be avoided. also to me "VHLL" means writing a domain-level spec, while in julia you have fine control over how computations are done. generally everything should be straightforward and understated.