There was a huge debate on my Hacker News post about the ethics of automating 'what you are not supposed to'. There seems to have been a - and maybe still is - a school of thought that translates in my brain like: 'if you aren't given an API for
If I'm automating my life, who is anyone to say I can't?
In the year 2016, I wrote a blog post called "I don't need no stinkin' API - Web Scraping in 2016 and Beyond" which to my absolute surprise, went on to be #1 on Hacker News for nearly a full 24 hours. My site crashed; luckily it was on AWS
RPA and Intelligent Web Automation is going to change the world.
Mental health issues, substance and behavioural addictions and its impact on the human psyche is one of my deep, personal interests. Its root cause and potential solutions interest me even more. Homelessness to me at least, seem to be a symptom of one of those things and I'm equally passionate