Good Things Come in Managed Packages20170516170432
Jeff RouseMay 16, 2017activego, activelua, activenode, activeperl, activepython, activetcl, ActuveRuby, godep, golang, lua, LuaRocks, node, nodejs, npm, package management, package manager, perl, pip, ppm, pypi, pypm, python, ruby
Package management is a significant issue in every programming language and the number of packages associated with each language is astonishing. Pytho...
Pandas: Framing the Data20170510111000
Python vs. Ruby: Which is best for web development?20170427170000
Tom RadcliffeApril 27, 2017activepython, activeruby, programming language, python, python v ruby, python vs ruby, ruby
Python and Ruby are among some of the most popular programming languages for developing websites, web-based apps, and web services. In many ways, the ...
What is Test-Driven Development (TDD)?20170420170000
Jeff RouseApril 20, 2017activepython, pytest, python, python nose, python test coverage, python test packages
Test-driven development (TDD) is not new but it certainly is in vogue. It was originally invented by Kent Beck as part of his extreme programming meth...
Python and Tables for (Fairly) Big Data20170406170000
Our Biggest ActivePython Release EVER20170404170000
Go for Object-Oriented Developers20170329170000
ActivePython 3.5.3 Release20170216182613
ActivePython 3.6 Release20170130175648
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...
Python 2 vs Python 3: It’s Different This Time20170126214535
Jeff RouseJanuary 26, 2017activepython 2, activepython 3, jeff rouse, moving to Python 3, python, python 2, python 2 vs 3, python 3, python 3 vs python 2
A difficult decision for any Python team is whether to move from Python 2 and into Python 3. Although this is not a new decision for Python developmen...