I found that iTerm2 has a Python API that you can use to write some really useful scripts that make running your software projects locally a lot easier.
My goal is to have zipped website archives created once a week, with my process built on Docker, and the Synology task scheduler taking care of the work.
The run_me command is useful for any task where you might use different command line programs for the same semantic meaning (e.g. “build” or “execute”).
Monitoring systems can only be programmed for a finite set of situations. There will always be things overlooked and complexities not anticipated.
TextExpander has saved me from countless hours of typing, and the errors that come along with manual typing.
iOS's Workflow tool is both amazingly powerful and amazingly frustrating. I’m still not sure how it can automate the day-to-day things I grapple with.
How to use the Ansible configuration management systems to easily reproduce a heavily customized environment on other laptops down the line.
Getting tired of seeing emails from unattended-upgrades? Here's how I configured Gmail to separate the signal from the noise.
How to use automation to alter configuration settings when changes are required for system tests on ASP.NET MVC apps.
Let's create a script to automate the testing of a slow, ugly, and brittle data import process into Fedora Commons.
An example of automating astronomy devices using the ASCOM platform and Ruby. Addressing cross-platform ASCOM