The Open Source Languages Company: Update20161206180000
Bart CopelandDecember 6, 2016activego, activelua, activenode, activeruby, bart copeland, open source languages0 comments
Since we announced the new direction for ActiveState on November 1st (you can read more about The Open Source Languages Company in my prior blog), w...
ActiveState: Open Source Languages Company20161101153454
Bart CopelandNovember 1, 2016activego, activelua, activenode, activeruby, bart copeland, go, golang, lau, node.js, nodejs, ruby0 comments
It’s been a little over a year since the sale of our Stackato business to HPE, and during this time we’ve been working hard on the next ph...
Technical Debt in High Tech – A CEO’s Perspective20160623173000
Enterprises and Open Source: The Important Role of Commercial Distributions20151201170000
Bart CopelandDecember 1, 2015activeperl, activepython, activetcl, bart copeland, commercial distributions, indemnification, oem, open source, perl, python0 comments
I recently did a webinar with Jay Lyman, Research Manager at 451 Research, discussing the trends in open source programming language adoption by enter...
ActiveState: What’s Next20150805170000
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Freedom Fighter or Centralized Paranoia? Open World Forum Keynote by Eben Moglen20110118215532
Bart CopelandJanuary 18, 2011Eben Moglen, Olliance Group, Open World Forum 2010, OWF, Software Freedom Law Center0 comments
Last fall I attended the Olliance Group’s Think Tank and Open World Forum 2010 (OWF) in Paris. It was a productive trip and I highly recom...
Open Source Indemnification: Why You Should Care20100922192309