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TCPdump is one of my favorite network packet analysis tools in existence today.  In the past year I have enjoyed TCPdump so much that I have wanted to learn more about the project.  So, I thought a good place to start would be to get involved contributing on GitHub.  My contributions are not much, but they help me learn the ins and outs of the project and how to use some of the more advanced features as I come up in issues or pull requests.  During my time thus far I have noticed that a lot o

What’s new in Swift is a news feed that focuses on the latest articles, trends, and stories happening around the Swift ecosystem that I find interesting.  All of the topics selected in this article have been cherry picked from either Github, Swift.org, or found the Swift Forums over the last few weeks and can range from topics covered in iOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS, or in the Server Side community.

No matter your role or skill level on the project, performing code reviews as a team member or individual contributor to any project is very important.  Performing code reviews is a valuable tool for all parties involved. It allows the reviewer to provide their thoughts or feedback on a topic and it allows the author the author to receive feedback on documentation or code that they have written.

What’s new in Python is a news feed of articles, trends, and stories happening in the Python open source ecosystem.  All of the topics in this article are hand picked from sources such as Github, Bugs.Python.org, Twitter, and of course,  python.org.

What’s new in Swift is a news feed that focuses on the latest articles, trends, and stories happening around the Swift ecosystem that I find interesting.  All of the topics selected in this article have been cherry picked from either Github, Swift.org, or found the Swift Forums over the last few weeks and can range from topics covered in iOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS, or in the Server Side community.