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Coding and Cyber Security, Hand-in-Hand, Yet Different

We often get asked by our Members, if we plan on offering coding classes. The short answer is no, and typically, what we do, is refer people to sites like Codecademy and Code Fellows. Those companies specialize in coding / programming training, and have capabilities to do

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“Done for You” – The Complete List of Python Training Classes (Plus a Bonus)

Advanced Activities in Python Length: 39:47 Basic Python Commands and Functions Length: 29:47 Ctypes in Python Length: 31:32 Data Structures in Python Length: 31:36 Exceptions and Classes in Python Length: 28:05 Exploit Development (part 5) Python Length: 08:28 How to Install Python Length: 11:03 Info Gather (part

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The dark side of programming

The dark side of programming

Even though the average person might not be aware of it, software is everywhere in our daily lives. Everything from online transactions, buying a smartphone, to driving a car involves software. As consumers, we assume and take for granted that the software used to take care of

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What You May Not Know about Python and a List of Resources on Cybrary

Here’s some info you may not know about Python from the website. Let’s take a look at a description of Python, how it’s used and why it was created: Description of Python: “Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language. It incorporates modules, exceptions, dynamic typing,

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