Miroslav Vitula , the author of the book Learning zANTI2 for Android Pentesting , penned this article on Connecting to Open Ports , focusing on cracking passwords and setting up a remote desktop connection. Let's delve into the topics.
In this article by Özen Özkaya and Giray Yıllıkçı , author of the book Arduino Computer Vision Programming , you will learn how to approach computer vision applications, how to divide an application development process into basic steps, how to realize these design steps and how to combine a vision system with the Arduino. Now it is time to connect all the pieces into one! In this article you will learn about building a vision-assisted robot which can go to any point you want within the boundaries of the camera's sight. In this scenario there will be a camera attached to the ceiling and, once you get the video stream from the robot and click on any place in the view, the robot will go there. This application will give you an all-in-one development application.
In this article by Artemij Fedosejev , the author of React.js Essentials , we will take a look at test suites, specs, and expectations.
In this article written by Michael Shepard , author of the book Getting Started with PowerShell , the author goes on to explain that if you don't have PowerShell installed or want a more recent version of PowerShell, you'll need to find the Windows Management Framework ( WMF ) download that matches the PowerShell version you want. WMF includes PowerShell as well as other related tools such as Windows Remoting ( WinRM ), Windows Management Instrumentation ( WMI ), and Desired State Configuration ( DSC ). The contents of the distribution change from version to version, so make sure to read the release notes included in the download
In this article by Giancarlo Zaccone , the author of the book Python Parallel Programming Cookbook , we will cover the following topics: Introducing Asyncio GPU programming with Python Introducing PyCUDA Introducing PyOpenCL