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  1. Hello! These are the kinds of websites I can make: E-Commerce Business Portfolios Brochures Nonprofit Blogs Forums Wikis I can also setup a dev server for you to get your own work started on. If you have an existing website, I can audit it for security issues including but not limited to: SSL/TLS configuration SSH hardening CVE vulnerabilities Standards compliance like PCI DSS, HIPAA, NIST Industry Best Practices Webserver security hardening I can deliver small projects in python related to: Webscraping Accessing and using APIs Creating a REST API Automating the boring stuff in your life Hit me up here or on Discord txtsd#0564, and we can talk pricing.
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  3. I have a friend who does. I can get you in touch with him if you'd like.
  4. I code mostly in Python, so I just read the Python documentation. And docs for whatever external modules I might be using. Other than that, if I'm stuck and need to look at examples or the sort, Googling usually leads me to Stack Overflow. For tools and stuff: Sublime Text 3: Editor (Doubles as an IDE with the right plugins, and is way faster than any other JS based editor or IDE) Git: Version control Gitlab: Hosting code. Private repos are free. KeepassXC: Secure password management, because reusing passwords automatically spells your doom, and remembering upwards of 400 passwords is like trying to remember what keys look like instead of just having them on a keychain. I run linux, so most of everything else I use is platform specific and might not be of much help to the majority.
  5. Like tools and utilities, or like documentation and reference sites?
  6. Thanks for letting me know~
  7. If your backend is in Python, hit me up.
  8. Oh no! Thank you for everything you've done for this community. I can help with the technical side of things, but my social skills are meh so community management is not something I can do.
  9. If you have unit tests already setup, refactoring will save you a lot of time. If you need to refactor more than half of your codebase though, might as well re-write it from scratch.
  10. OpenSSL is not a certificate issuer. It is a TLS toolkit and cryptographic library. While you can use it to generate self signed certificates, they will not be implicitly trusted anywhere on the Internet.
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