Hey there, lovely readers!

Welcome to this week's edition of our newsletter! We've got a lot of exciting stuff in store for you today, so grab a cup of coffee and let's dive right in!

First up, we're curious about who's looking for open source contributors this week. Open source projects are a fantastic way to hone your skills and give back to the tech community. So if you're interested in becoming a contributor or just want to browse through the latest projects that need a helping hand, this is the perfect link for you!

Moving on, have you ever thought about building an app that works seamlessly across both iOS and Android? Look no further than Compose Multiplatform iOS+Android Application project template - the ultimate solution for developers who want to streamline their app-building process. No more pesky compatibility issues - just a smooth experience for your users.

Now let's talk about the bane of every job seeker's existence - creating the perfect CV. But is it really necessary? Job Hunting: Just Submit Your CV and Hope for the Best? gives a refreshing take on job searching and the importance (or lack thereof) of a CV. Check it out if you're feeling frustrated with the job hunt.

Feeling up for a challenge? We've got just the thing for you - Counting Numbers with 7s. It's a fun little coding exercise that's sure to get your brain gears turning. And who knows - you might just learn a thing or two along the way!

Last but not least, have you ever heard of a timing attack? It's a security exploit that's been around for a while, and it's definitely worth understanding. What Does Timing Attack Actually Mean? breaks down the concept in a way that's easy to understand, so you can protect your code and stay informed on the latest security issues.

Well, that's all for now, folks. Hope you enjoyed this week's newsletter! As always, feel free to drop us a line with any feedback or suggestions - we love hearing from you. See you next week!


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