Report: Developers are Struggling with Open Source20181227080639

Report: Developers are Struggling with Open Source

ActiveStateDecember 27, 2018, , ,
This article was originally published in SDTimes. Developers say that replicating environments and maintaining proper information about the quality of...
Perl – The Secret Workhorse20160303170000

Perl – The Secret Workhorse

Jeff RouseMarch 3, 2016, ,
Something we’ve been aware of at ActiveState for a long time, but the industry at large doesn’t seem to know, is that Perl is the secret workhorse acr...
Python Cons20160217170000

Python Cons

Tom RadcliffeFebruary 17, 2016, , ,
Yes, the title of this blog is a three-way pun, although neither Lisp nor conferences will be mentioned. There was a nice article on Quora recently re...
Top 7 Blogs for 201520151230170000

Top 7 Blogs for 2015

Navrup JohalDecember 30, 2015, , ,
It’s that time of year again – our favourite blogs of the year! The selection criterion was simple: which blogs did we remember the most, ...
ActivePython vs. Open Source Python: What’s the Difference20151105170000

ActivePython vs. Open Source Python: What’s the Difference

I recently stumbled upon on old forum question inquiring why someone would use ActivePython instead of Python. That prompted me to write this blo...
NetBeans Drops Python Support as Komodo Adds More20110331165616

NetBeans Drops Python Support as Komodo Adds More

A couple of months the ago the NetBeans project announced that it was abandoning support for Ruby. This week word spread that they were dropping Pytho...
Curse less with Python20110228225609

Curse less with Python

Kendra PenroseFebruary 28, 2011, , ,
“As any programmer can tell you, programming will make you swear. But did you know that writing C++ will make you swear considerably more than P...
Release the L♥VE!20110214080000

Release the L♥VE!

Jeff HobbsFebruary 14, 2011, , ,
Who doesn’t love fresh bits? We’ve been working hard to bring you a Valentine’s day treat. Today, we have a full set of new distribu...
New Poll Results: Top 2 Reasons Enterprise Developers Use Dynamic Languages20100316000153

New Poll Results: Top 2 Reasons Enterprise Developers Use Dynamic Languages

Today we are announcing the results of an informal survey of enterprise software architects and developers that found developers benefit greatly from ...
Over 60% using dynamic languages in mission-critical applications20100301173924

Over 60% using dynamic languages in mission-critical applications

In our blog post a few weeks ago entitled “What Managers don’t know about their developers using open source components“, we discuss...
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