tag: Python

What to do for a better password security and management

“I don’t know that much about cyber, but I do think that’s the number one problem with mankind.” Warren Buffett We should be talking about password safety after 773 million records exposed. I’m one of those people who complain when IT forces to change passwords at regular intervals. It is a nightmare for me to come up with secure passwords and even when I can, I have a hard time remembering them.

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Writing scripts with Reddit API

In this post, I will show how you can use Python to gather content and create a simple web page around it. See the first part to learn how to register an app to Reddit API and get started. Setup I often use PyCharm or Jupyter notebook for Python, but any Python environment will do the trick. You need to have a Reddit app id and app secret already at hand for this part.

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How to use Reddit API

One of the most valuable things I learned in recent years was learning how to use Public APIs to develop tools. An API (Application program interface) is a set of tools to communicate with another service. Learning how to use APIs is very valuable for web applications, but beyond that it is a useful skill to expand your horizon. Once you get the hang of it, there is endless possibilities what you can do with it.

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