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The Stackato Client Goes Open Source

By Brent Smithurst, August 27, 2012

Stackato Micro Cloud License

I've been elected to share some great news with you today: The Stackato Client (CLI) is now open source under the Apache License, Version 2.0!

Category: open source, stackato, tcl

4 Days Left to Save On Dev Tools and Business Edition for Perl, Python and Tcl!

By Michael Kanasoot, September 27, 2011

Back to Work Sale

Our Back to Work Sale ends this Friday, September 30.

So, if you've been considering picking up licenses of our developer tools, bundles or language distributions, this is your last chance to get them at a huge discount!

This week only, take advantage of these great savings:

What do homebuilders have in common with developers?

By Angie Hirata, August 3, 2011

When we speak to ISVs, aerospace/defense contractors, or hardware manufacturers that have software interfaces - many of them like to use languages like Perl, Python, or Tcl to build or provide some functionality in their applications. However, some also ask "why should I use ActivePerl/Python/Tcl if open source options are free?"

Category: perl, perl, python, tcl

5 Reasons I'm Thankful for Tcl

By Andreas Kupries, November 24, 2010

Thankful-TclIn the spirit of Thanksgiving, I thought I'd share some of the reasons why I and other Tclers use Tcl as our scripting language of choice.

Here's what other are saying on the Tcl Wiki:

Tcl/Tk is too easy!

Is Tcl Different!

And here's why I am thankful for Tcl, summarized in 5 points:

Tags: GUI, tcl, Tcl/Tk
Category: tcl

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

10 Interesting Uses of Perl, Python, and Tcl

By Graham Stuart, November 19, 2010

ActiveStateDynamic languages have the reputation of being great for quick prototyping of an application, or for quick “duct tape” fixes to link systems together.  When it is time to go to full scale production, most people assume that traditional languages, such as Java or C/C#, will be running under the hood.  This isn’t necessarily the case.

Category: perl, python, tcl

Geek Porn at the Tcl Conference

By Andreas Kupries, October 26, 2010

Jeff Hobbs and I recently attended the 17th annual Tcl Conference in Illinois. The event was a huge success and everyone enjoyed the packed schedule as well as seeing so many familiar faces.

Conference highlights:

Category: tcl

New Poll Results: Using Tcl 8.5 and Upgrading to Tcl 8.6

By Kendra Penrose, October 13, 2010

We conducted some polls during our webinar, Smooth Transitions: Using Tcl 8.5 and upgrading to Tcl 8.6 and have the result to share! (If you missed the webinar, don't worry, it's available on demand here).

Here is a summary of the key findings:

Category: tcl

Google Summer of Code: Tcl-style

By Andreas Kupries, August 30, 2010

Google Summer of Code TclNow that this year's Google Summer of Code has ended, it's time for Matthew and me as admins for the Tcl Association to summarize things.

Category: tcl

Survey Says: Selenium by a Nose for Most Popular Test Framework

By Diane Mueller, July 13, 2010

Last month  we asked our developer community to share with us which test frameworks they are using today--with some interesting results.  It was a bit of a horse race with Selenium beating out the "Other" category by a Nose.

Category: python
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