I am an avid coder and cybersecurity enthusiast. I'm attending the University of South Florida, and graduate in 2025. In my spare time I enjoy coding on Replit and spending time with friends.
Born in Los Angeles, I lived in Florida and Kansas until the age of nine, where I moved to Bristol. I attended secondary school and completed my A Levels in London, which I still call my home. Currently I live in Tampa on-campus at USF.
Custom Analytics for Hashnode - Part 2
This is a brief update, continuing from my previous post where I built a basic, custom analytics service to use on my Hashnode blog.
In my final thoughts, I said:
While I'm happy with what I created, there are still some things I'd like to work on. ...
Creating a custom Analytics engine for my Hashnode blog
View part 2 of this article here!
IntroductionHi, my name is Marcus Weinberger. I'm mainly a Python developer (due to my love for hacking), but I work with JS when I must. One of my passions is creating my own software for doing things - I really enj...
Creating a basic split-panel console interface in Python (with i/o)
BackstoryHi, my name is Marcus Weinberger. My two biggest interests are cyber security and programming, which (paired with recent advancements in tech) led me to begin the development of 1337GPT - an AI penetration testing assistant. This is the stor...
1337GPT - Yet another GPT agent for Penetration Testing
1337GPT is my attempt at designing a GPT agent for pentesting. I built it on top of my previous AI Task Manager - a layer designed to be above a langchain agent that can complete complex tasks.
How does it work?
1337GPT starts off with a goal that th...
Adding a list of my Hashnode posts to my personal website.
About meHey reader! My name is Marcus Weinberger, and I'm just getting started with Hashnode. While I'm mainly a Python developer, I work with HTML and such for my frontends. Click here to see more about me!
So, my personal website is a bit lame. Ac...
Task Management system for langchain
View project on Replit
How does it work?
The TaskManager gets created, with a goal, a list of tools, and its own LLM. It includes a bunch of prompts which is used internally. When initialized, it creates an initial list of tasks to get started (this...