News from the web #5
Hi there! I hope you’re well. This time, you’ll learn about asynchronous preemption, inlining in Go and be able to read GW-BASIC source code. OpenAI Model Generates Python Code #ai Do you think that in the future computers will replace us? This is an example of code generation using OpenIA. Microsoft Open-Sources GW-BASIC Source code from 10th Feb 1983 is open sourced! If you know assembly or interested in archaeology - it’s a perfect place for you.
News from the web #4
Hi there! I hope you’re well. This time, I share with you with some free books, more Go’s internals but we start with building Go applications using GCP and terraform. Too modern Go application? Building a serverless application with Google Cloud Run and Firebase #cloud Friend of mine published his blog post about how to run Go app (but it can be everything) with Google Cloud Run and Firebase. This post is related to the next one….
News from the web #3
Hi there! I hope you’re well. This time, you’ll read about useful things about databases, some dev jokes or how to make an old game look prettier. Lessons learned after a year as a junior developer The author describes three lessons he learned as a Junior developer. I put it here because I think those lessons are valid and worth remembering. Dev jokes #humor A list of dev jokes. Some of them are even funny :)
News from the web #2
Hi there! I hope you’re well. This time, I prepared more security content but didn’t forget about Go stuff :) You’ll learn the history of user agents, how to get a simple infrastructure for free and more. Happy reading! Multiple vulnerabilities found in Zyxel CNM SecuManager #security If the tool has “Secure” in its name it doesn’t mean it’s secure :) Pierre did an audit of Zyxel CNM SecuManager and in the article describes vulnerabilities he found.
News from the web #1
Hi there! This newsletter is a small experiment. I want to check if there are people who like such summaries. I’ll do my best to prepare the most interesting materials from IT world. Let me know what you think! Let’s begin, shall we? Path Traversal in GitLab #security Author of the vulnerability earned $20,000 by finding a simple Path Traversal. The attack is trivial: Create two projects Add an issue with the following description: !