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💖 Most Popular

Building a recommendation engine inside Postgres with Python and Pandas

I built a PDF scrapper that works with OCR and a GUI making PDF scraping quite easy

Python interpreter written in rust reaches 10000 commits

Pyheatmagic: Profile and view your Python code as a heat map

Django Tutorial - Create a Digital Resume with a Python Backend
Improve your Django skills by building a digital resume website. You are provided a free resume template and you will learn how to create the backend using Django and Python.


📖 Articles

dbt-labs / dbt-core
dbt enables data analysts and engineers to transform their data using the same practices that software engineers use to build applications.

Notes from the Meeting on Python GIL Removal Between Python Core and Sam Gross

getredash / redash
Make Your Company Data Driven. Connect to any data source, easily visualize, dashboard and share your data.

Solving For Electric Potential of Polarized Materials

PyPy v7.3.7: bugfix release of python 3.7 and 3.8

Meet Ottr: A Serverless Public Key Infrastructure Framework
Ottr is a serverless Public Key Infrastructure framework that handles end-to-end certificate rotations without the use of an agent. The purpose of the post is to provide an overview on Ottr with sample reference architecture, logical and network flows, and highlight the benefits of the solution.


⚙️ Projects

Minimal Parser Combinator in Python
In this post, we will learn to build a minimal parser combinator library from scratch. The functions provided here can be used to extend the libary with more parser combinators.

How to exploit a double free
This article teaches you about real-world, modern binary exploitation, and a little about processor microarchitecture as well. You will learn how to exploit a double free vulnerability or Use-After-Free vulnerability.


👾 Reddits

ElectriPy: play around with electrons and protons and visualize their electric forces.

Generating Semi-Natural Landmasses using a Random Walk


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