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PyTorch Foundation: Everything You Need To Know20220922114337

PyTorch Foundation: Everything You Need To Know

Dana CraneLast Updated: September 22, 2022Facebook, Meta, PyTorch, PyTorch Foundation, tensorflow, TorchScript
PyTorch has found a new home with the Linux Foundation. Learn what it means going forward for your machine learning projects....
How to Take Zoom Attendance With Python20220914125712

How to Take Zoom Attendance With Python

Mike MackroryLast Updated: September 14, 2022Create Zoom App, Create Zoom JWT, python programming, Zoom meeting attendance, Zoom Meetings API, Zoom Metrics API, Zoom registrants vs attendees
Learn how to calculate Zoom meeting registrants vs actual attendees using Python so you can always start your Zoom meetings on time....
Python Artifact Repositories20220908132036

Python Artifact Repositories

Dana CraneLast Updated: September 8, 2022ActiveState Artifact Repository, artifact repository, curated Python catalog, Python Artifact Repository, supply chain security
Learn how to enable Dev and DevOps teams with secure, easily updatable Python wheels distributed via the ActiveState Artifact Repository....
Python Packages Execute Malicious Code Automatically20220902151643

Python Packages Execute Malicious Code Automatically

Dana CraneLast Updated: September 2, 2022python malware, Python supply chain security, setup.py, software supply chain security
Pip install and pip download can compromise your system with malware. Learn how you can counter this software supply chain threat....
What Are Supply Chain Levels for Software Artifacts (SLSA)?20220901091512

What Are Supply Chain Levels for Software Artifacts (SLSA)?

Nicole SchwartzLast Updated: September 1, 2022provenance, SLSA, software supply chain security, Supply chain levels for Software Artifacts
SLSA improves software supply chain security by providing a framework for sourcing and building software more securely. Learn how....
Securing the Ruby Software Supply Chain20220825120031

Securing the Ruby Software Supply Chain

Dana CraneLast Updated: August 25, 2022dependency confusion, ruby, ruby programming language, rubygems, secure build service, supply chain security, typosquatting
Securing your Ruby software supply chain from end to end means implementing import, build and usage controls. Learn how....
How Neural Networks Work20220818091235

How Neural Networks Work

Faith KilonziLast Updated: August 18, 2022convoluted neural networks, deep learning, image classification, machine learning, neural networks, python programming, saliency maps
Learn how to use saliency maps to understand which parts of a photo neural networks consider important when classifying images....
How to Manage Programming Language Upgrades and EOL20220811130311

How to Manage Programming Language Upgrades and EOL

Dana CraneLast Updated: August 11, 2022End of Life, EOL, EOL support, Open source programming languages, Programming language upgrades
Learn how to reduce the costs of upgrading open source languages, as well as best practices when a programming language becomes EOL....
GitHub Flooded with Malware20220808111356

GitHub Flooded with Malware

Dana CraneLast Updated: August 8, 2022dependency confusion, github, malware, supply chain security, typosquatting
GitHub becomes weakest link in the software supply chain. Learn what you can do about it....
Top 10 Malicious Package Scanners20220804153726

Top 10 Malicious Package Scanners

Mike MackroryLast Updated: August 4, 2022Black Duck, BluEye, dependency confusion, Loki, malware, Nexus Firewall, Pypi-scan, RetireJS, SonarQube, supply chain security, Tidelift, typosquatting, upguard
Learn the top tools for detecting malware & typosquatting as well as countering dependency confusion in open source dependencies....
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