ActiveState recently launched the first feature of our new SaaS Platform for open source languages: Python Runtime Security. We sat down with ActiveState Chief Technology Officer and VP of Engineering, Scott Robertson, to answer questions about the new Platform and how it addresses the challenges of developing with open source languages.
Komodo 11.1 is one of those updates that may not seem like much until you start using it. This update includes well over 150 bug fixes, quality of life improvements and one very interesting new feature: Language Server Protocol (LSP) support. For those unfamiliar, LSP is a protocol which facilitates editors to provide code intelligence. LSP does not provide any code intelligence itself, it just establishes the protocol to do so. You can now use Komodo to work with the many LSP solutions out there.
Undoubtedly, your business is run by open source languages; coders of all kinds - from Dev to QA to DevOps - have adopted open source languages. But we’ve also moved from general purpose languages that were easy to adopt to inventing languages that are more suited to niche problem spaces.
Machine Learning (ML) research in the healthcare field has been ongoing for decades, but almost exclusively in the lab rather than in the doctor’s office. The problem of implementing ML in patient-facing settings largely stems from two barriers: