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Top 3 Open Source Databases: ActiveState Survey Results

By Diane Mueller, September 8, 2010

Along with our recent ActiveState release of key Python database connector modules, ActiveState surveyed our developer community about what Open Source database they were using in production environments, what platforms they were deploying their databases on, what size their production databases actually were and if any of them were putting their production database onto clouds.

Here are the Survey results:

(1) What open source software databases do you currently use in your production environment(s)?

Category: announcements

Key Modules Added to ActivePython

By Kendra Penrose, September 3, 2010

Python Modules

 

ActivePython is now more enterprise-ready then ever! With the inclusion of several key modules, ActivePython is now the best choice for all your Python needs. These modules are only available in the Business Edition and Enterprise Editions of ActivePython.

 

What's new:

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5 Key Database Modules added into ActivePython: PostgreSQL, Oracle, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server and ODBC

By Kendra Penrose, August 19, 2010

ActivePython now provides five key Python database modules; mysql-python, psycopg2, cx_Oracle, pyodbc, and Read more...

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How to Sell Enterprise Language Distributions to Your Boss

By Angie Hirata, August 9, 2010

Return on InvestmentIn working with Perl, Python, and Tcl developers in companies, many have a strong preference for using the ActiveState versions of these dynamic languages. Developers that use ActivePerl, ActivePython, and ActiveTcl appreciate how it saves them time by having easy access to pre-compiled modules through our package managers, and installers for a wide range of operating systems and platforms.

ActivePython 2.6.5.14 released, fixing the debug bug

By Trent Mick, July 9, 2010

We just released ActivePython 2.6.5.14 (download it here, release notes here).

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ActivePython 2.7 released - and what 2.7 means for Python’s future

By Sridhar Ratnakumar, July 7, 2010

ActivePythonThe last major planned version in the 2.x series, Python 2.7, was released last weekend. ActiveState swiftly prepared a corresponding ActivePython release for your downloading pleasure. Click here to download ActivePython.

Category: announcements, python

Where Content Meets Code: U.S. SEC Mandates, Python and Financial Content

By Diane Mueller, June 30, 2010

Fierce Content ManagementRon Miller just posted my guest post on financial content, the Read more...

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How to Install ActivePython & Matplotlib for Finance Screencast

By Diane Mueller, June 29, 2010

ActivePython Business Edition now ships with Numpy, SciPy and matplotlib - three fundamental python packages for financial and scientific computing. With the recent US SEC proposals to use python for ABS financial models - there are more than a few python-curious accountants, analysts and regulators starting to research and play with python. 

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Built for Speed: ActivePython, Intel® MKL and Mathematical Computing

By Diane Mueller, June 25, 2010

Power your science, engineering and financial applications with ActivePython Business Edition.

Category: python

Dynamic Language Developers Are Looking To Build Cloud-based Applications in Next Year

By Liliya Apostolova, May 28, 2010

Last week, we announced the results of an informal survey of over 140 developers, architects and managers and got some good insights into how and when enterprise developers are planning to deploy cloud applications.  

The survey found:

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