Resources

ActiveState Webinars:  Putting Open Source Dynamic Languages through the Licensing Test
Open source software is becoming increasingly pervasive in the enterprise today. It is easily accessible online and included in products without full...
ActiveState Webinar:  Connecting the Dots: US SEC, ABS Mandates, Financial Modeling and Python
Co-hosted by Ann Rutledge, R&R Consulting , and Diane Mueller, ActiveState, focused on the recent US SEC regulation, ABS Mandates, Financial...
ActiveState Webinars: Smooth Transitions: Using Tcl 8.5 and Upgrading to Tcl 8.6
Many programmers are familiar with ActiveTcl 8.4, but 8.5 is the new standard and 8.6 is around the corner. These new releases bring many good and...
ActiveState Webinars: Migrating from Matlab to Python
More and more, financial engineers and quants are turning to Python because it enables fast development and is uniquely suited to their tasks: data...
ActiveState Webinars: Looking Ahead to Tcl 8.6
ActiveTcl 8.5 has become the standard on which people build their Tcl applications, but Tcl 8.6 is just around the corner. Currently in beta, Tcl 8.6...
ActiveState Webinars: How to Develop Mission Critical Applications with PyIMSL and ActivePython
Rogue Wave’s Steve Lang and ActiveState’s Diane Mueller explore the benefits of using PyIMSL and ActivePython for developing your financial and...
ActiveState Webinars: The Continuing Evolution of Perl: Highlights of Perl 5.14
Perl 5.14 is here as promised. What impact will it have on your development plans for new applications and on the code you're already running? Should...
ActiveState Webinars: Take Quality Products to Market Faster with Enterprise-Ready Dynamic Languages
Open source programming languages such as Perl and Python have the highest instance of open source use in an organization at 57% according to a...
ActiveState Webinars: Exploring the Benefits of Embedding Dynamic Scripting Languages
In this webinar, ActiveState's Bart Copeland (President & CEO) and Jeff Hobbs (Director, Engineering) explore why your company should consider...

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