You Should Probably Learn To Code

There’s been a clear trend going on for many years now known as ‘No code’ or ‘Low code’. This essentially describes tools or platforms that provide you with a GUI that abstracts away the underlying technicalities so non-technical users can use powerful software. Doing this has been a huge benefit to business since the addressable […]

Web Automation Using Python and Selenium

Selenium is a software library that’s used to automate web browsers. It’s often used to run automated testing but can be used for anything involving a web browser. Since so much software is now running in the cloud and accessible via web interfaces Selenium is ideal for automating lots of manual tasks. There’s libraries available […]

IoT Sensors – Data Collection

In the first part I talked mostly about the sensors and the gateway so in this article I’ll show you how to collect, filter and store that data from the sensors. My setup is running locally on my LAN and uses a Raspberry Pi 3B+ to process the data. I’ll be using Node-RED to process […]

Introduction to Image Classification using UiPath and Python

After my previous post showing image classification using UiPath and Python generated many questions about how to implement the same I decided to expand upon the theme and give a more detailed description about how to achieve this. My starting point was thinking how I might integrate UiPath with python now that it’s integrated within the platform. I find […]

The Right Tool for the Job

During my career I’ve heard this countless times and to some extent it’s just taken as granted that you should always use the right tool for the job. Isn’t this obvious after all? Why would you knowingly choose the wrong tool? But the conversations often miss the realities surrounding the choice. Decisions are not made […]