Automating LIFE with Python

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In this video, I’ll show you how I automated my everyday tasks in Python. Python is the best programming language for automation for a variety of reasons, including its simplicity to learn, its popularity, and its libraries (my favorite part).

Learn more about the sequential model:
Documentation: https://keras.io/guides/sequential_model
Implementation: https://www.kdnuggets.com/2018/06/basic-keras-neural-network-sequential-model.html

Here is a list of what I automated in my day:

– TIMESTAMPS –
0:00 Intro
1:05 Automating News
2:10 Automating Financial Trading
3:10 Automating File Transferring
4:12 Automating Amazon Prices
5:15 Outro

Let me know in the comments if you liked this video, and feel free to leave your ideas about what I could automate.

See you next time!

#Automation #Python

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37 COMMENTS

  1. I really love automation. But the whole problem with automation is that over time you get used to it, and your laziness keeps growing and growing. And then you want to automate the automated and so on and so forth. And in the end, you become a lump of fat in a chair pushing buttons. Or maybe even not pressing the buttons, but simply wanting this or that.

  2. I'm ,well, um… Poor I wanted to learn to program but I'm limited by a computer. All I have is a 6.5 version smart phone which cannot run python code. I watch YouTube video on basic python. All I can do is watch video of python programming to get the fundamental of how python work. Hope to get a computer soon. Work these past months was not constants it's like work 2 weeks then 3 weeks or a month off. Still looking for a little bit more stable job.

  3. You have 2k subscribers. If you want to reach 200k subscribers and more, you need to post your code and walk people through it. Telling us what you did does nothing. That's free tip # 1. Free tip #2 is never call Fox a "news website." Thanks!

  4. I'm sure a lot of the pages you are scraping are dynamic. How did you manage to get all the info you needed? I was trying to make something similar for scraping car sales websites, but ran into a wall with queries and multiple pages of results…