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The 2024 top-ranked universities in Canada

According to CWUR, the 2024 top-ranked universities in Canada are: University of Toronto Global Rank: 24 McGill University Global Rank: 28 University of British Columbia Global Rank: 49 University of Alberta Global Rank: 77 University of Montreal Global Rank: 117 McMaster University Global Rank: 172 Western University Global Rank: 189 University of Calgary Global Rank: 192 University of Waterloo Global Rank: 204 University of Ottawa Global Rank: 213 University of Manitoba Global Rank: 283 Laval University Global Rank: 297 Queen's University Global Rank: 320 Dalhousie University Global Rank: 341 Simon Fraser University Global Rank: 354 University of Victoria Global Rank: 397 University of Saskatchewan Global Rank: 414 York University Global Rank: 433 University of Guelph Global Rank: 479 Carleton University Global Rank: 534 University of Sherbrooke Global Rank: 583 Concordia University Global Rank: 613 University of Qu├ębec at Montreal Global Rank: 634 Memorial University of Newfound

HTTP/2 offers several improvements over the earlier version, HTTP/1.1

Prioritization: Developers have detailed control over the order in which content loads. This maximizes page load speed across different browsers. Certain resources (render-blocking resources) no longer block the rest of the page from loading.

Python Testing Frameworks

Python offers several testing frameworks. Here are three common ones: unittest: A built-in framework inspired by Java’s JUnit. It provides test discovery, fixtures, and assertions. Pytest: A popular third-party framework known for its simplicity, powerful features, and concise syntax. Pytest automatically discovers and runs tests. doctest: A lightweight framework that extracts test cases from docstrings. It’s useful for testing examples in documentation

Running Python Scripts

To create and run Python scripts: Download Python (it’s free!). Create a script file with the extension .py. Add your Python code to the file. Open your terminal or command prompt. Type python followed by the path to your script file. Execute the script by pressing Enter

Python for Automation

Python is a popular programming language for task automation due to several factors: Simplicity and Intuitiveness: Python’s syntax is easy to read and comprehend, making it accessible even for beginners. Data Structures Support: Python offers various data structures (such as lists and dictionaries) and allows users to create custom data structures, facilitating data management. Extensive Libraries: Python comes with a vast set of libraries that enable automation across various domains, including machine learning and operating system management. Its large support network ensures answers to most automation questions are readily available online

Never underestimate the power of dreams and the influence of the human spirit.

Never underestimate the power of dreams and the influence of the human spirit. Wilma Rudolph American sprinter and Olympic medalist

Symmetric Encryption and Decryption with a key file

Generate a random 256-bit key To generate a random 256-bit key using /dev/urandom, you can directly extract the random data without the need for additional hashing. Here’s how you can do it: $ dd if=/dev/urandom of=/path/to/your/keyfile bs=1 count=32 In this command: if=/dev/urandom specifies the input source as /dev/urandom. of=/path/to/your/keyfile specifies the output file where your key will be saved. bs=1 sets the block size to 1 byte. count=32 specifies that we want 32 bytes (256 bits) of random data. Example: $ dd if=/dev/urandom of=symmetric_keyfile.key bs=1 count=32 Encryption We can use this command to encrypt the sample.txt file: $ openssl enc -in sample.txt -out sample.txt.enc -e -aes256 -pbkdf2 -kfile symmetric_keyfile.key Decryption $ openssl enc -in sample.txt.enc -out sample_decrypted.txt -d -aes256 -pbkdf2  -kfile symmetric_keyfile.key