ActivePython 3.6 Release20170130175648

ActivePython 3.6 Release

Jeff RouseLast Updated: July 11, 2019activepython, activepython 3.6, asyncio, jeff rouse, PEPs, python, Python 3.6, python enhancement proposals, secrets module
To wrap up a very busy 2016 in the Python world, the Python Software Foundation produced the first release in a new series, and the largest release in...
Python 2 vs Python 3: It’s Different This Time20170126214535

Python 2 vs Python 3: It’s Different This Time

Jeff RouseLast Updated: January 24, 2022activepython 2, activepython 3, jeff rouse, moving to Python 3, python, python 2, python 2 vs 3, python 3, python 3 vs python 2
Are you still dependent on Python 2 for your applications? Then you must know that meeting security and compliance standards is a long and complicated...
ActivePython 2.7.1320170124190000

ActivePython 2.7.13

Jeff RouseLast Updated: May 14, 2021activepython, activepython 2.17.3, CGIHandler, CVE-2016-1000110, CVE-2016-2183, python 2.17.3
Still maintaining your Python 2 applications in-house? See how easy it is to free up your resources with ActiveState’s extended support for Python 2.A...
ActivePerl 5.24.1 and 5.22.320170117210509

ActivePerl 5.24.1 and 5.22.3

Jeff RouseLast Updated: April 8, 2021activeperl, activeperl 5.22.3, activeperl 5.24.1, CVE-2016-1238, jeff rouse, perl 5.22.3, perl 5.24.1
Note: While ActivePerl 5.24 and 5.22 are currently still maintained and supported, we highly recommend moving to Perl 5.32, which offers native suppor...
ActivePython 3.5.2 and 2.7.1220170110180000

ActivePython 3.5.2 and 2.7.12

Jeff RouseLast Updated: July 11, 2019activego, activepython, dateutil, markupsafe, Pyflakes, pytest, python packages, python requests package, simplejson
Today we announced the release of our new ActivePython distributions! The updates include releasing our 2.7.12 and 3.5.2 ActivePython builds as well a...
Go Big or Go Home: ActiveGo Beta Coming in February 201720161207190000

Go Big or Go Home: ActiveGo Beta Coming in February 2017

Jeff RouseLast Updated: July 15, 2019activego, ActiveGo Beta, concurrency, go, golang, jeff rouse, microservices
As a followup to yesterday’s announcement that we’ve selected Go as our first new distribution in 2017, I’d like to elaborate on why we chose to devel...
Grep is Losing Its Grip20161201180000

Grep is Losing Its Grip

Jeff RouseLast Updated: July 15, 2019activego, Grep, jeff rouse, Ken Thompson, platinum searcher, silver searcher
Grep is the ubiquitous command line tool for finding lines in files that match a pattern. Originally invented by computer science luminary Ken Thompso...
ActiveState 2016 Open Source Survey20160929170000

ActiveState 2016 Open Source Survey

Jeff RouseLast Updated: July 11, 2019activeperl, activepythong, activetcl, agile, cloud technologies, infographic, java, javascript, open source, open source survey, perl, php, python, software methodologies, survey
We had a tremendous response to our first open source survey and on behalf of ActiveState I’d like to thank the 867 people who gave their time and tho...
Getting Exposure for Your Open Source Project20160713170000

Getting Exposure for Your Open Source Project

Jeff RouseLast Updated: June 20, 2019github, jeff rouse, open source projects
With so many great open source projects spreading like wildfire, it is a great time to be a developer! I spend a considerable amount of time looking f...
Open Source: Great Power Comes With Great Responsibility20160531200000

Open Source: Great Power Comes With Great Responsibility

Jeff RouseLast Updated: June 21, 2019Black Duck Survey, compliance, Future of Open Source Survey, jeff rouse, open source, open source technology
The recently completed Future of Open Source survey by North Bridge and Black Duck continues to highlight the incredible strength of open source softw...