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Why hiring a freelance programmer to automate your tasks makes sense even if you work for someone else.

Everyone knows that when you are self-employed you need to be to make the best of your time by putting automated systems into play. You’ve also got to admit, sometimes it’s a little difficult to gain experience in everything you need to get a handle on, so it could be a great idea, both for time management and your stress levels to start looking for someone to outsource the automation of your tasks, and this means you won’t have to remember to do all those niggling tasks such as updating spreadsheets, producing letters at scheduled intervals and sending emails to contacts chasing emails. 308 more words


Fabric – A Handy Library to Automate Local & Remote Tasks

With an increasing number of Django projects in active deployment, the many repetitive steps of carrying code-changes to their online-destinations became more and more tedious, so eventually the time has come to take a closer look on ways to help during this process. 440 more words


Interview Christophe Roux : les enjeux de l'automatisation

Parmi les premiers à identifier les avantages de l’automatisation et à développer une expertise dans ce domaine – dès 2008 – D2SI occupe aujourd’hui une position de leader sur le marché français de l’automatisation, enjeu central pour le passage des infrastructures de nos clients dans le Cloud.

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Running automation RDP minimized

If you ever tried running automation through a remote desktop, you know that once you minimize that RDP window, your automation just stops. Seems like there is a way to disable from Windows to detect that RDP window is minimized. 33 more words


How to Check Actual Values of Stored Variables in a Selenium IDE Test

Automated test scripts often revolve around targeting a certain page element and checking whether it’s value is correct, according to what is expected (based on business rules). 348 more words

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The Post Office Can Freeze Time!

I need to give it up to the USPS: They are way beyond the rest of the world in technology.

They had automated postage machines when I was a kid, too. 418 more words