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I am Yasoob! You might know me from Python Tips or Intermediate Python.
book. Welcome to my personal blog which is going to be the new home for all of my old and new articles. You can turn on "dark mode" by clicking on the moon (right before the RSS icon) in the side-bar. I hope you enjoy your stay 😊
✍️ Latest Articles
Have you ever wanted to post stories on Instagram in an automated fashion? In this article, I will show you how to use Python and the Instagram-API-python library to do exactly that. Fasten your seatbelts and let's get started!
If you are bummed to find out that your local PD and FD have moved to a digital or trunked mode then you aren't alone. In this post, I will show you how to use a cheap RTL-SDR dongle and the SDRTrunk software to snoop the trunked radio traffic in your area.
I just released the alpha version of my much anticipated Practical Python Projects book! It has been two years in the making and I am super excited about its release. In 320+ pages we will implement 12 different projects. I wish I had access to a similar book when I started learning Python.
Have you seen movies where people use a radio to track police? Maybe you have seen the movie Stranger Things and saw the main characters using a radio and an antenna for communication. In this tutorial, I show you how to use a similar portable Baofeng handheld transceiver to track the local police/fire department. It is a lot of fun!
Have you ever had to process some messy data? I recently worked on a project where I had to tame some messy data using Pandas in Python. In this short tutorial, I will teach you some data wrangling basics that will help you process most datasets you will ever encounter in the wild.
My Microsoft internship ended on 31st August. I had a wonderful time there and learned a lot of useful tips/lessons. In this article, I share 5 lessons that helped me the most. If you want to improve your internship/job experience make sure you read this.
I sat down with Justin Duke, an engineer at Stripe, and talked about tech, startups and time management. Justin runs two startups and manages two weekly newsletters (along with a plethora of other things). Come learn about how he does it all!
We all use JPEG images every day and almost every software supports JPEG but most of us don't know how the JPEG compression algorithm works under-the-hood. Come with me on an adventure where we uncover and understand the JPEG algorithm and then write some Python code to decode a JPEG image.
After using apktool for reverse-engineering android apps I learned about Frida. Ever wondered how you can use Frida to snoop around Android apps? Learn how to do that in this step-by-step tutorial where we take a look at the Nike Run Club app.
I had always wondered how Android apps are reverse engineered. If you have ever wondered the same then this article will guide you through the whole process. We will be unpacking, modifying, repacking, and installing an Android APK.