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The secrets of Node's success

By Kendra Penrose, June 9, 2011

node js What's all that twitter fuss about Node you ask? Well, our very own Troy Topnik wrote a "Smart and technically literate history of Node.js" article for O'Reilly Radar that has garnered a tonne of attention over the last 24 hours - What are you waiting for?

Tags: node, o'reilly

The Best Guide to Programming with Perl

By Sheila Louis, March 10, 2010

We reviewed Beautiful Code by Wilson and Oram earlier this week, so we wanted to do a review of a book that we recommend specifically for Perl programmers--given that we have some pretty serious Perl programmers on staff. The book most recommended is Programming Perl, 3rd Edition by Larry Wall, Tom Christiansen and Jon Orwant.

Category: ActiveBlog, perl

Code and Design Best Practices: "Beautiful Code" by O'Reilly

By Sheila Louis, March 8, 2010

Beautiful Code: Leading Programmers Explain How They Think

Category: ActiveBlog

ActiveState Launches New and Improved Code Site

By Trent Mick, February 19, 2010

We are super excited to unveil the new at PyCon today.

  1. We've implemented tons of new improvements and sharpened to make it the place to go for dynamic language and web development code recipes.
  2. ActiveState and O'Reilly worked in collaboration to deliver a site where developers can share best practices and recipes, make their life easier and become known in the community.
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