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The Growth of Dynamic Languages - Pythonists, Pythonistas, and Pythoneers

By Bart Copeland, July 28, 2010

As the Dynamic Languages Experts we often get asked:

  • Which open source dynamic language has the greatest usage?
  • Which open source dynamic language is currently growing the fastest in usage?

Why are these questions relevant? Our customers and partners want to know:

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Pay Attention to Your Open Source Software Licenses

By Angie Hirata, July 13, 2010

Two times in June this year, ActiveState hosted legal webinars from expert open source lawyers to discuss some of the main legal issues surrounding open source.

24 out of 25 Dentists Say Their Patients Use Relax NG

By Eric Promislow, February 23, 2006

So maybe dentists know more about the gum-chewing habits of their patients than how they prefer to create their XML documents. But a few of us here were discussing whether Relax NG has made headway against XML Schema. I have...

So maybe dentists know more about the gum-chewing habits of their patients than how they prefer to create their XML documents.  But a few of us here were discussing whether Relax NG has made headway against XML Schema.

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Upgrading ActiveState software on Windows

By Kevin "kj" Woolley, February 9, 2006

Here is a quick guide to the steps to take when upgrading any ActiveState software package running on the Windows platform. Following proper upgrade procedures can keep a variety of problems from occurring -- these errors can be fairly tricky...

Here is a quick guide to the steps to take when upgrading any ActiveState software package running on the Windows platform.  Following proper upgrade procedures can keep a variety of problems from occurring -- these errors can be fairly tricky to debug.

Without further ado:

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