Day: November 16, 2019

PyVM

A virtual machine written in Python that executes x86 binaries according to the Intel Software Developer Manual   Navigate your code with ease. Click on function and method calls to jump to their definitions or references in the same repository. Learn more https://github.com/ForceBru/PyVM  


Parsing malformed JSON | peteris.rocks

What to do if you have malformed JSON Source: Parsing malformed JSON | peteris.rocks


turkopticon.

Turkopticon helps the people in the ‘crowd’ of crowdsourcing watch out for each other—because nobody else seems to be. Source: turkopticon. https://turkopticon.ucsd.edu/


modin

Modin: Speed up your Pandas workflows by changing a single line of code http://modin.readthedocs.io https://github.com/modin-project/modin


Tinyland, a very, very small Dynamicland 

Tinyland is a project I invented in order to explore the ideas behind Dynamicland. I’ve been doing a bunch of tiny experiments with a few pals at the Recurse… Source: Tinyland, a very, very small Dynamicland | Emma Smith


Kubestone

Kubestone is a benchmarking Operator that can evaluate the performance of Kubernetes installations. https://kubestone.io/en/latest/ Source: Kubestone


Docker Image Security Scanning: What It Can and Can’t Do

Docker image security scanning is a core part of Docker security strategy. We explain how it works, why it’s important and what its limitations are. Source: Docker Image Security Scanning: What It Can and Can’t Do


Hackachive – Double your productivity with Goal Setting Software

se Hackachieve to apply smart goals in your business or personal life Source: Hackachive – Double your productivity with Goal Setting Software


rsh

rsh is a tool purely written in python to easily generate reverse shell command for linux as well as windows. https://github.com/mzfr/rsh  


Accessibility checklist – Benjy Stanton

A list of accessibility recommendations, tips and resources. Source: Accessibility checklist – Benjy Stanton