Hello there, fellow tech enthusiasts!
It's that time of the week again where we bring you the latest and greatest in the world of technology. And boy, do we have an exciting edition for you this week!
First up, have you heard of this incredible penetration testing tool powered by GPT? If you haven't, you're in for a treat. This innovative tool takes your penetration testing to the next level with its cutting-edge features and user-friendly interface. Trust us, you don't want to miss out on this one.
Next, we have something that is sure to excite all you design lovers out there. It's time to embrace the dark side (of your monitor) with just 3 lines of CSS - yes, you read that right! Learn how to incorporate dark mode into your website with minimal effort and maximum impact. And that's not all - we have more exciting adventures in store for you, so keep reading!
Moving on, we have some news that could potentially revolutionize the world of social networking. Bluesky, a new social networking technology, has been created with the aim of providing a decentralized and secure platform for users. With talk of censorship and privacy concerns being at the forefront of everyone's mind, this new development is definitely worth keeping an eye on.
If you're a fan of machine learning, then you'll be interested to know that the official implementation of the paper "Segment Everything Everywhere All at Once" is now available at this link. This research paper explores the possibility of segmenting images into their semantic constituents with the help of deep learning - fascinating stuff!
Last but not least, we have something for everyone - scheduling infrastructure! Whether you're a business owner, student, or simply someone who likes to keep their life organized, this tool is guaranteed to make your scheduling a breeze. Say goodbye to missed appointments and conflicting schedules with this handy scheduling platform.
That's all for this week's newsletter - we hope you found it as exciting as we did! Don't forget to click on the links above to learn more about these amazing developments, and stay tuned for more tech goodness in the next edition. Happy reading!
Our Repo Picks
- xtekky/gpt4free (Python): decentralising the Ai Industry, just some language model api's...
- AIGC-Audio/AudioGPT (Python): AudioGPT: Understanding and Generating Speech, Music, Sound, and Talking Head
- deep-floyd/IF (Python): undefined
- Ryujinx/Ryujinx (C#): Experimental Nintendo Switch Emulator written in C#
- xtekky/chatgpt-clone (Python): ChatGPT interface with better UI
- gaomingqi/Track-Anything (Python): Track-Anything is a flexible and interactive tool for video object tracking and segmentation, based on Segment Anything, XMem, and E2FGVI.
- bluesky-social/atproto (TypeScript): Social networking technology created by Bluesky
- go-skynet/LocalAI (Go): 🤖 Self-hosted, community-driven, local OpenAI-compatible API. Can be used as a drop-in replacement for OpenAI, running on CPU with consumer-grade hardware. API for ggml compatible models, for instance: llama.cpp, alpaca.cpp, gpt4all.cpp, rwkv.cpp, vicuna, koala, gpt4all-j, cerebras
- GreyDGL/PentestGPT (Python): A GPT-empowered penetration testing tool
- calcom/cal.com (TypeScript): Scheduling infrastructure for absolutely everyone.
- deforum-art/deforum-stable-diffusion (Python): undefined
- peterw/Chat-with-Github-Repo (Python): This repository contains two Python scripts that demonstrate how to create a chatbot using Streamlit, OpenAI GPT-3.5-turbo, and Activeloop's Deep Lake.
- UX-Decoder/Segment-Everything-Everywhere-All-At-Once (Python): Official implementation of the paper "Segment Everything Everywhere All at Once"
- bhaskatripathi/pdfGPT (Python): PDF GPT allows you to chat with the contents of your PDF file by using GPT capabilities. The only open source solution to turn your pdf files in a chatbot!
- farshadz1997/Microsoft-Rewards-bot (Python): A simple bot that uses Selenium to farm Microsoft Rewards written in Python
- apple/swift-foundation (Swift): The Foundation project
- Dogtiti/AutoGPT-Next-Web (TypeScript): 🤖 Assemble, configure, and deploy autonomous AI Agents in your browser.一键免费部署你的私人 AutoGPT 网页应用
- farizrahman4u/loopgpt (Python): Modular Auto-GPT Framework
- Significant-Gravitas/Auto-GPT-Plugins (Python): Plugins for Auto-GPT
- freedmand/semantra (Python): Multi-tool for semantic search
- litanlitudan/skyagi (Python): SkyAGI: Emerging human-behavior simulation capability in LLM
- GFW-knocker/gfw_resist_tls_proxy (Python): knock up GFW sni detection in tls client hello
- Eugeny/tabby (TypeScript): A terminal for a more modern age
- Josh-XT/Agent-LLM (Python): An Artificial Intelligence Automation Platform. AI Instruction management from various providers, has an adaptive memory, and a versatile plugin system with many commands including web browsing. Supports many AI providers and models and growing support every day.
Our Article Picks
- Mads Stoumann: Dark Mode in 3 Lines of CSS and Other Adventures
- Jon Snow: Glassmorphism CSS Generator
- MapleLeaf: TailwindCSS vs. UnoCSS
- Jatin Sharma: Redis Performance Tuning: How to Optimize Redis for High-Traffic Applications
- Rahul Bagal: Dynamic Programming Algorithms Every Programmer Should Know
- Necati Özmen: ⭐ An open-source tool for building React enterprise apps effortlessly in your browser
- Nevo David: Building a course landing page with NextJS and Tailwind
- Jeffrey Nwankwo: Crush Your React and Redux Interview: 20+ Top Questions and Strategies
- Francesco Ciulla: Rust 🦀 CRUD Rest API
- BekahHW: Beyond Content Creation: How Open Source Contributions Can Help You Get Noticed
- BekahHW: How to Contribute to Open Source without Knowing How to Code: A guide with project suggestions
- Pavan Belagatti: Deploying Your First Serverless Lambda Application: A Beginner's Tutorial
- Jean-Michel Fayard 🇫🇷🇩🇪🇬🇧🇪🇸🇨🇴: "Everyone Should Learn to Code" is Bullshit
- Ndulue Emeka: Building a simple real-time chat app with Node.js and Socket.io
- Emil Pearce: How To Add In-App Notifications To Your Angular App
- ByteHide: Transactions in .NET: From Basics to Best Practices
- Andrew Schmelyun: AI is a fad and programming is dead
- Ben Halpern: Meme Monday
- Nevo David: Win amazing prizes with ConnectNovu Hackathon 🚀
- Philip John Basile: Crafting Songs with ChatGPT and Sonic Pi: A Creative Collaboration
- Thomas Kaul: Ghostfolio reaches 1’000 Stars on GitHub
- Tapajyoti Bose: What I learned from 2 years of freelancing 🤫💰
- Oluwasegun Adedigba: Provisioning AWS Infrastructure using Terraform and Jenkins CI/CD
- Pierre Bouillon: Optimize your Angular app's user experience with preloading strategies
- Accreditly: HTTP/1 vs HTTP/2 vs HTTP/3
- Kelvin Onuchukwu: How To Manage Secrets In Terraform Like A Pro
- Szymon Sadowski: 10 Things from Pragmatic Programmer (almost) 25 years later
- Ben Halpern: How Do You Ensure That Your Code is Scalable & Maintainable?
- awedis: How to Become AWS Serverless Ninja ⛩️
- Benjamen Pyle: Custom API Gateway Authorizer with Golang
- Erin Bensinger: #DEVDiscuss: CSS Libraries, Frameworks, and Engines
- Ram Maheshwari ⚡: I Created A Web App That Went Viral On Linkedin 🔥
- Chris: AdaGPT: AI support for Issues and Pull Requests right at your fingertips!
- Kaye Alvarado: Getting AWS Certified 100% Free!
- Suraj Vishwakarma: 5 Repositories to Boost Your Knowledge
- Lewis Clarke: Why Typescript is our god now.
- Michael Tharrington: The more I hear from the experts, the more worried I get about AI
- Aurélie Vache: developers.events: Maintaining a GitHub repository - What have I learned in 7 years?
- Abishek Haththakage: A Quick Tutorial for GitKraken - A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners
- Nitin Sharma: Exploring Vite.js: The Lightning-Fast Build Tool for Modern Web Apps
- Connie Leung: Render dynamic components in Angular using ViewContainerRef
- Dmitrii Pavlov: Proper use of git for beginners and beyond
- Pascal Schilp: The Cost of Convenience
- dev.to staff: Fan Friday: Let's Give a Shout Out to Some Fantastic Folks in the Community
- Prasenjeet Kumar: Docker : From Zero to Hero 🛸 ( part 1)
- Ben Halpern: Which programming ecosystems are helped and hurt by generative AI?
- Nicolas Frankel: Server-side rendering in Rust - a Dall.E use-case
- Necati Özmen: How to implement a date picker in React
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