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Interview With Justin Duke

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!

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Understanding and Decoding a JPEG Image using Python

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.

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Reverse Engineering Nike Run Club Android App Using Frida

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.

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Let's Reverse Engineer an Android 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.

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9 Tips For Better Scripting Experience

Learn about some general scripting tips that will help you level up your scripting game. I learned them the hard-way but you don't have to.

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Why I Moved Away From Wordpress.com

I recently moved pythontips.com from Wordpress to Hugo. I talk about the rationale for doing so and what benefits (if any) I have observed after this migration.

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Migrating from Wordpress.com to Hugo With Comments

If you are thinking about migrating from WordPress to Hugo (or any other static site generator) you can learn from my experience. I talk about the steps I took. You will be able to preserve the comments and SEO.

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