One of the beautiful things that Computer Science has it that every single day appears something new to learn about or to investigate. That’s true that as a professional this make sometimes our jobs more challenging but, it is always a pleasure to have something to learn.
In this case, I have added two new repositories to my github account. Honestly, I know that the account is not very active and I do not have tons of code and snippets there, I prefer to write in the blog and not all the articles I write here generate code but, in the puntual occasions they do it, I use to upload the code to the github account.
In this days, I am learning a few things and they are generating some code. For this reason, I have decided to create a couple of new repositories.
On the one hand, I am preparing the CEH certification, I do not know yet if I am going to do the exam or not but I want to have the knowledge that involves. If you take a look to my old blog you will find some articles related with security and penetration testing. Together with this, I am learning a little bit of python focusing my learning in libraries that can help my with the automatization in this field. For this reason, I have started to read a book called “Python Penetration Testing Essentials” and I am writing some python code. To store properly all the code I am writing, I have decided to create a github repository in my account called “pythonPentesting“. In this repository, you can find the code I am writing in the meantime I am learning. In advance, I need to say that I do not know python, I am learning at the same time. Sometimes, the code is the one we can find in the book, sometimes I make some changes considering that it is an improvement or just for experimentation, and probably, sometimes I will be doing something very stupid but, any case, all is part of the learning process, right?
Repository URL: https://github.com/fjavierm/pythonPentesting
Repository URL: https://github.com/fjavierm/angular2AndTypeScript
Let see how progress these learning initiatives.