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New Webinar: Migrating From Matlab to Python

By Kendra Penrose, November 30, 2010

new activestate webinar

New Webinar: Migrating from Matlab to Python

Date: Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Time: 630amPST/ 9:30am EST/ 3:30pm CET

Space is limited so reserve your webinar seat now!

Category: python

8 Reasons to be Thankful for Python

By Diane Mueller, November 25, 2010

Python Patriots We're very excited about the work we're doing with Python these days here at ActiveState. It's been a great year for both Patriots & Python fans, so I though before I shut down my computer to turn my focus to football and turkey, I wanted to reflect on why I am so thankful for Python.

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ActivePerl, ActivePython and ActiveTcl: Business Edition Savings!

By Kendra Penrose, November 23, 2010

ActiveState Business Edition SaleIf you're using dynamic languages to power your business then you need ActiveState Business Edition. Our commercial-grade language distribution for open source compliance, commercial support, and cross-platform access in on sale now for $597!

That's $400 in savings!*

Category: perl, promotions, python, tcl

PyPM Index for Python Developers

By Sridhar Ratnakumar, November 10, 2010

PyPM IndexAlthough PyPM Index was originally intended to be a frontend to browse/search for packages available in the ActivePython PyPM repository, it evolved as a general purpose site to find information about almost any Python package. Here are some of the things you can find only in PyPM Index:

Category: announcements, python

Linux Developers choose Python as Best Programming Language and Scripting Language!

By Diane Mueller, November 10, 2010

Linux Journal 2010 Readers' Choice AwardsAccording to Linux Journal readers, Python is both the best programming language and the best scripting language out there. This year, more than 12,000 developers on weighed in on what tools are helping them work and play as part of the Linux Journal's 2010 Readers' Choice Award -  and it came as no surprise to those of us at ActiveState that Python came out on top as both the Best Scripting Language (beating out PHP, bash, PERL and Ruby) - and for the second straight year, Python also won as the Best Programming Language, once again edging out C++, Java, C and Perl for the honors.

At ActiveState, we continue see a steady stream of ActivePython Community Edition downloads, more enterprise deployments of ActivePython Business Edition, and a steady increase in the number of enterprise-ready Python packages in our PyPM Index that are being used by our customers over a wide range of verticals including high-tech, financial services, healthcare, and aerospace companies. Python has matured into an enterprise-class programming language that continues to nuture it's scripting world roots.  We're happy to see Python get the recognition that it so justly deserves!

New PyPM Index Live | Search for Python Packages (Python Modules)

By Diane Mueller, November 3, 2010

PyPM Index Search for Python Packages Based on feedback from alot of you, we are pleased to announce the availability of the brand new PyPM Index, a new site and search tool that allows you to search our ActivePython repository of over 7,000 Python packages (Python modules).

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Python 3.1 Available with ActivePython

By Diane Mueller, October 27, 2010

Python 3.1 now available in ActivePythonPython is constantly evolving, and ActiveState is pleased to announce the availablity of ActivePython builds for Python 3.1.2 as part of our ongoing effort to make the latest releases of the Python language available to our customers.  

New Webinar Explores OEM Licensing

By Kendra Penrose, October 21, 2010

Exploring the Benefits of Embedding Dynamic Scripting Languages in Your Products

Date: Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Time: 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM PDT

Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now!

RPy2 Now Available With ActivePython Business Edition for Linux & Mac

By Diane Mueller, September 16, 2010

RPy2

ActivePython now includes RPy2. 

Category: python

In the News: Regulation AB, SEC Proposal and Ann Rutledge

By Kendra Penrose, September 9, 2010

Category: python
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