Tutorials for Learning Rust in the Wild

I am pleased to announce my first Rust tutorial, available through a general Rust tutorials project. The tutorial is intended to help beginners to Rust who are interested in learning Rust concepts through their application. The subject of the tutorial is my first Rust project, authz. The tutorials project is a community resource. The content is largely from documentation, blog posts, and ad-hoc contributions from the Rustacean-leaders at #rust-beginners on irc. »

Announcing Yosai v0.3

Yosai v0.3 was released to PyPI. Project Web Site About Yosai Yosai is an Apache2-licensed security framework written in Python that provides industrial strength authentication, authorization, and session management from a common API. You can secure any kind of Python application with it. Release Highlights A complete second-factor authentication workflow using time-based one-time passwords Rate limiting / account locking Significant refactoring and optimizations Second Factor Authentication As of this release, Yosai features native support for Time-based One Time Passwords (TOTP), the prevailing standard for one-time password authentication. »

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Announcing Yosai v0.2

Yosai v0.2 was released to PyPI. Project Web Site Release Highlights Yosai is ready to be integrated with web applications Configuration and initialization has been streamlined Many java-like design patterns were refactored Yosai and WebYosai APIs Major improvements with serialization pyramid_yosai pyramid_yosai is the first integration with a web application framework, specifically the Pyramid Web Framework. pyramid_yosai was released to pypi and is ready for use in your projects. »

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Introducing Yosai

I am very pleased to announce the first release of Yosai. Yosai is an Apache2-licensed security framework written in Python that provides industrial strength authentication, authorization, and session management from a common API. It is a port-fork of Apache Shiro: a successful Java project widely used today. Apache Shiro is a trusted framework, having evolved over ten years of battle testing and authored by subject matter experts. Why Yosai? Yosai addresses an unmet need by the Python community: the need for a feature-rich security framework that is decoupled from an application, reducing redundant security-related development across projects. »

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