TLWI Python #33

Hey there, readers! It's time for our weekly newsletter, and as always, we're bringing you a lineup of exciting topics to dive into. This week, we are highlighting some amazing resources that we've been loving lately. So, without any further ado, let's jump right in!

First up, we have a community curated list of templates for the nuclei engine to find security vulnerabilities. Whether you're a seasoned security pro or just starting out, this collection of templates is a must-see. You'll find everything from cross-site scripting (XSS) to SQL injection and everything in between. So, don't wait any longer and check it out right away!

Next on our list, we have two incredible resources for all you tech enthusiasts out there. If you're interested in computer science, you cannot miss CS50 at Harvard University. It's a great introduction to computer science concepts like algorithms and data structures in Python. You can also check out Note to Self, a tech podcast that sensitively explores the pros and cons of living in today's digital age.

If you're looking to level up your big data skills, our next pick is perfect for you! We're talking about a dynamic way of doing ETL through Pyspark with this tutorial. Whether you're a budding data scientist or a seasoned data engineer, this article provides an excellent introduction to Pyspark's advanced ETL capabilities.

Moving on, we have Elasticsearch, descobrindo! a comprehensive guide to Elasticsearch, a popular search engine used for managing big data. If you're looking to learn more about Elasticsearch, this guide will provide you with a detailed overview of its key features, architecture, and how to set up Elasticsearch on your machine. So, what are you waiting for? Dive in!

Last but not least, we have a great resource for all you developers out there. We are talking about how to style Anvil Apps with CSS with this guide. If you're looking to flex your design muscles and enhance the look and feel of your next project, make sure you check it out.

That's it for this week's roundup! We hope you enjoy exploring the links we've suggested and pick up a few new skills along the way. Until next time, happy learning!


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