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April Newsletter Quick Poll Results

By Sheila Rebellato, May 11, 2011

In our April ActiveState newsletter, we asked participants for feedback on three items in our monthly quick poll. Our quick polls are short and sweet--subscribe to our monthly newsletter if you'd like to participate in future polls and score yourself some great prizes just for participating!

We wanted to share our results from our most recent poll:

What's the most important aspect when considering a language update?

NetBeans Drops Python Support as Komodo Adds More

By Eric Promislow, March 31, 2011
Komodo IDE for Dynamic Languages

A couple of months the ago the NetBeans project announced that it was abandoning support for Ruby. This week word spread that they were dropping Python as well (here and here.)

Category: komodo, python

Curse less with Python

By Kendra Penrose, February 28, 2011

Curse less with Python"As any programmer can tell you, programming will make you swear. But did you know that writing C++ will make you swear considerably more than PHP or Python?"

Category: python

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!

New Poll Results: Open Source License Compliance A Major Concern for Enterprises

By Liliya Apostolova, May 4, 2010

Last week, we conducted an informal poll amongst 70 IT professionals including a mix of engineers, information architects, lawyers and CIOs. The survey was conducted in a webinar entitled “Safeguarding against the risks of improper open source licensing – valuable lessons for software/hardware vendors” by Greg Olson, a senior partner at Olliance Group and Bart Copeland, President and CEO of ActiveState.

Two things stood out in the poll results:

Category: announcements, perl, python, tcl
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