Jumping Hurdles

I’ve been working through Georgia Weidman‘s book, Penetration Testing: A Hands-On Introduction to Hacking, in preparation for starting the Penetration Testing with Kali course and the OSCP Certification that follows. Educating myself and honing my skillset will be my full-time career for the next few months as I attempt to knock out the OSCP and whatever other certifications I require in order to get a solid foot-hold into the Penetration Testing career field.
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You’re Doing it Wrong

I’ve been working on my PyKBLib project a lot lately, and making good progress. But today, someone on Keybase told me that I was doing my unit tests wrong… and doing a lot of other stuff wrong, too. “You’re doing it wrong” is probably one of my favorite phrases in the English language. It’s a phrase that upsets a lot of people, coming across like an insult and bruising the ego.
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