The Future of Perl at ActiveState (Part 2 of 2)20201001124600
The Future of Perl at ActiveState (Part 2 of 2)
Jeff RouseLast Updated: November 30, 2020activeperl, perl, perl package manager, ppm, virtual environments
The future? Smaller Perl environments installed in virtual environments updated with server-side built dependencies....
The Future of Perl at ActiveState – Part 120200709111716
The Future of Perl at ActiveState – Part 1
Jeff RouseLast Updated: March 29, 2021activeperl, pdk, perl, Perl 7, ppm
Our release of Perl 5.32 is now available! This release offers a better way to manage your Perl deployments by offering automated dependency managemen...
ActiveState’s Build Graph – Sneak Peak20200506142240
ActiveState’s Build Graph – Sneak Peak
Jeff RouseLast Updated: March 18, 2021activestate platform, Build Graph, build plan, GraphQl, open source
With our Build Graph, we’re adding the ability for developers to not only expand our Platform, but also use any new capabilities added by others....
The Hidden Cost of Build Engineering20190207090856
The Hidden Cost of Build Engineering
Jeff RouseLast Updated: January 24, 2022build engineering, enterprise open source, software development
Endless configuration, tool installation, language and package updates, dependency hell, security upgrades, component patches...yak shaving….Does this...
Python Deployment Heck20180920152606
Python Deployment Heck
Jeff RouseLast Updated: July 22, 2019deployment, docker, python
Python coding is an awesome experience. Python deployment? Not so much. It’s not quite Hell, and things do get moving eventually rather than get stuck...
Tcl Dev Kit Now Open Source!20180329154351
Tcl Dev Kit Now Open Source!
Jeff RouseLast Updated: July 22, 2019github, open source
ActiveState is excited to announce that the Tcl Dev Kit (TDK) is now open source! This critical piece of software enables Tcl developers to create sta...
How Do You Make Sure Security Practices End Up in Production?20180315002711
How Do You Make Sure Security Practices End Up in Production?
Jeff RouseLast Updated: July 15, 2019development process, development security, python, python runtime, quality assurance, runtime, runtime security, runtime verification, security
In my previous post, Why baking security into products is important, I examined the reasons for pushing security leftwards in your development process...
Why Baking Security Into Products is Important20180222205253
Why Baking Security Into Products is Important
Jeff RouseLast Updated: July 24, 2019application security, DevOp Cycle, devops, devsecops, security
Organizations are focused on releasing software faster to stay ahead of the competition. Software development processes have become more flexible, pus...
The ActiveState of Tcl: TEApot and TEAcup Are Now Open Source20171018130200
The ActiveState of Tcl: TEApot and TEAcup Are Now Open Source
Jeff RouseLast Updated: July 11, 2019activetcl, andreas kupries, package management
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
Rejoice! ActivePerl 5.26 Released, Plus 5.24 and 5.22 Updates
Jeff RouseLast Updated: July 11, 2019activeperl, 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....