TLWI Python #31

Hey there, folks! It's time for our weekly tech newsletter and boy, do we have some exciting stuff to share with you today! We've got everything from hacking tools to Python obfuscators, and even a guide to making a simple employee management app. Are you excited yet? Well, you should be!

Let's start by answering a question that often leaves people confused - Is Ruby based on Python? If you're new to the world of programming, it's easy to get confused with all the different languages that are out there. But fear not, we've got you covered! Click on the link to get a clear understanding of the relationship between these two popular programming languages.

Now, if you're a fan of ethical hacking, you're in for a treat! We've stumbled upon an ALL IN ONE Hacking Tool For Hackers that will make your life a lot easier. This tool has everything you need to conduct ethical hacking to test the security of your system or website. Just remember to use it responsibly!

Speaking of exposing hidden information, we've got something interesting for our Chinese-speaking readers. 【编程随想】整理的《太子党关系网络》,专门揭露赵国的权贵 is an eye-opening article that exposes the secrets of influential people in China. The article is in Mandarin, so if you can read the language, make sure you check it out!

Now, let's move on to something a little more technical. Have you ever heard of Python obfuscator? If you haven't, then you'll definitely want to click through to Anubis - Python Obfuscator. This tool is designed to protect your code by making it difficult for others to read and understand. It'll come in handy if you're working on a project that you want to keep under wraps.

Finally, we have a treat for you Django developers out there! We've got a guide to making a simple employee management app that is easy to follow, and it comes with class-based views, login, and logout functionalities. So if you've been wanting to brush up your Django skills, or if you're a beginner looking to take your first steps, make sure you check out this guide.

That's all for this week, folks! We hope you found this edition of our newsletter informative and exciting. See you again next week!


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