On by Arnau Siches.

Issue 2020-W36

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This week you'll find a study on web privacy, data analysis techniques in Python, a particular spreadsheet and a taste of the future of WebAssembly.


A command-line tool to generate regular expressions from test cases.

Dear PyGui

A library in Python to draw GPU-accelerated graphical user interfaces.


A terminal-based spreadsheet with a Vim flavour.

Many models workflows in python: part i

An article porting Hadley Wickham's approach to data analysis to Python.

WebAssembly Reference Types in Wasmtime

An article explaining with examples the Reference Types proposal for WebAssembly.

Replication: Why We Still Can't Browse in Peace: On the Uniqueness and Reidentifiability of Web Browsing Historiespdf

A paper analysing the privacy threat that browser history leakage impose to individuals. This work replicates and extends the 2012 paper “Why Johnny Can't Browse in Peace: On the Uniqueness of Web Browsing History Patterns”.

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