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In my previous post, Why baking security into products is important, I examined the reasons for pushing security leftwards in your development process...
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The ActiveState of Tcl: TEApot and TEAcup Are Now Open Source20171018130200
ActiveState is super excited to announce we’re open sourcing TEAcup/TEApot: one of Tcl’s key community package repository systems. Until n...
Rejoice! ActivePerl 5.26 Released, Plus 5.24 and 5.22 Updates20170918130146
Jeff RouseSeptember 18, 2017activeperl, activeperl 5.22, ActivePerl 5.24, activeperl 5.26, cpan, perl, perl 5.22, perl 5.24, perl 5.26
I’m pleased to announce that we have released today, not only the latest and greatest Perl 5 version to date, 5.26, but we have updates to 5.24 and 5....
ActiveRuby Beta Released! Build Great Web Apps on Windows20170727130006
Some of the world’s largest companies use Ruby as the underlying technology to drive value for their customers. Twitter, Bloomberg, AirBnB, Shopify an...