Community support for Python 2 will expire on Jan. 1, 2020. ActiveState today announced a commercial support offering that includes security fixes and support for Python 2 beyond its End of Life (EOL) date. This offering will help organizations reduce risk and save developer time.
Windows users struggle with challenges when it comes to build environments, compilers, library clashes, runtimes and other incompatibilities. To make it easier for developers using Windows to create custom Python and Perl runtimes, ActiveState today announced enhancements to its software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering.
Today ActiveState announced that MSC Software, an engineering simulation firm, chose the ActiveState Platform and its Python solution, ActivePython, to extend legacy applications, increase the speed of implementing updated Python language distributions and manage risk across MSC’s broad product suite.
Developers are spending even less time on programming and the majority – 62% – are still struggling with managing dependencies when it comes to open source languages. That’s according to the findings of ActiveState’s 2019 Developer Survey: Open Source Runtimes.
Today ActiveState announced that Altair, a global technology company providing solutions in product development, high-performance computing and data intelligence, has chosen ActiveState’s Python solution, ActivePython, to eliminate dependency conflicts.