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Jeff RouseJanuary 30, 2017activepython, 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...
Webinar: Test Driven Development with ActivePython20170119183325
Navrup JohalJanuary 19, 2017activepython
Date: January 25thTime: 10am PST, 1pm PST Presenters: Tom Radcliffe, ActiveState Director of Engineering & Jeff Rouse, ActiveState Director o...
ActivePython 3.5.2 and 2.7.1220170110180000
Jeff RouseJanuary 10, 2017activego, 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...
On the Road to Unification: ActiveState Languages + Komodo IDE20170105180000
Sheila LouisJanuary 5, 2017activego, activelua, activenode, activeperl, activepython, activeruby, activestate, activetcl, language distributions, open source
Last year we talked about unifying our product stack, so I was very excited about our announcement today–we are bundling Komodo IDE with our Act...
Deconstructing Open Source Language Licensing20161213183000
Jennifer LawlerDecember 13, 2016activeperl, activepython, activetlc, BSD, copyleft, GPL, Jennifer, LGPL, licensing, open source, open source licensing, permissive licensing
With the majority of companies using open source, it’s important to understand the underlying licenses associated with the software and projects...
Use It or Lose It – Your 2016 Budget20161114180000