The Cambridge Dictionary defines up and running in the following way:
If something, especially a system or a machine, is up and running it is operating
And gives an example:
The engineer soon got the air-conditioning up and running again.
Given this definition and example is the following sentence correct?
In this lecture we will cover how to get up and running with Julia.
Should not it be like this?
In this lecture we will cover how to get Julia up and running.
I have searched for getting up and running with sth but could not find any definition in any dictionary. Is this way of using up and running a slang/everyday English or?