Reverse Engineering Facebook: Public Video Downloader

In the last post we took a look at downloading songs from Soundcloud. In this post we will take a look at Facebook and how we can create a downloader for Facebook videos. It all started with me wanting to download a video from Facebook which I had the copyrights to. I wanted to automate the process so that I could download multiple videos with just one command. Continue reading Reverse Engineering Facebook: Public Video Downloader

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Controlling Your System Using Alexa (Tutorial)

Hi guys! I hope you are all doing fine. I have started working on a small compilation of projects which you can do under 24 hours. I will be publishing these projects in the form of tutorials on my blog. This is the first project and I hope you will enjoy doing it. Keep these two things in mind: Continue reading Controlling Your System Using Alexa (Tutorial)

Introduction to Machine Learning and its Usage in Remote Sensing

Hey guys! I recently wrote a review paper regarding the use of Machine Learning in Remote Sensing. I thought that some of you might find it interesting and insightful. It is not strictly a Python focused research paper but is interesting nonetheless.

Continue reading Introduction to Machine Learning and its Usage in Remote Sensing

Intermediate Python Book Anniversary

🙌 Hopefully this will be the last update regarding my book for a while. It has been 2 years ⏱ since I self-published my “Intermediate Python” book đź“–. In just a short span of 2 years I can not thank Allah enough for the level of success the book has achieved. Continue reading Intermediate Python Book Anniversary

13 Python libraries to keep you busy

Hi guys! I was recently contacted by folks from AppDynamics (a part of CISCO). They shared an infographic with me which listed 13 Python libraries. These libraries were categorized in sections. I loved going through that infographic. I hope you guys will enjoy it too.  Continue reading 13 Python libraries to keep you busy

Recovering lost Python source code if it’s still resident in-memory

I read this on GitHub Gist the other day. I don’t know whether I will ever use it but I am still putting this on my blog for the sake of bookmarking it. Who knows? Someone from the audience might end up using it!

I screwed up using git (“git checkout –” on the wrong file) and managed to delete the code I had just written… but it was still running in a process in a docker container. Continue reading Recovering lost Python source code if it’s still resident in-memory