Databases are at the heart of most business and web apps. If you’re considering using Go for your next project, one of the first things you’re going to look at is whether or not it has an integration for your current database (DB).
Today is a great day for ActivePython users. We've just included another 200 packages in our distribution making it the most comprehensive release of ActivePython to date. It's like we have a microcosm of the whole ecosystem in our distribution. There are over one hundred thousand Python packages and we have picked the best two hundred. You don't need to go looking for what's the best crypto library or web framework...you can now find it in ActivePython. This new distribution is available starting with 2.7.13 and 3.5.3 on all major platforms with 3.6 to come out later in the year.
Software design is about representation: how do we represent the solution to a problem in code that can be executed on the machine of our choice? How do we represent the problem domain to the user? The software design problem is not inherently different from the problem of expression in any language, formal or informal.
Now that you have ActiveGo installed (and if you haven’t downloaded it yet - you can get it here www.activestate.com/activego) - let’s quickly go over some of the great features available out of the box to help you get started developing with Go:
Some of the world’s largest and most innovative companies have turned to Go to be the underlying technology to drive value for their customers. Netflix, BBC, Facebook, Docker, Atlassian, and the company that brought Go to life, Google. And why not? It is quick to learn, easy to master, and above all easy to maintain by individuals all the way up to large teams of engineers. On top of that, the Go community is welcoming with an inclusive and friendly culture--always wanting to continually innovate on the technology.
I’ve been using Komodo for roughly 10 years, 4 of them as a Komodo Developer. One of the main features that made me use Komodo in the first place was its macros, and the accompanying toolbox to manage them (as well as other tools).
These days macros might not sound so impressive, but 10 years ago they sure were. And even these days I rarely really get a use out of them the way I do in Komodo.
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