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Last updated on September 9, 2014

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This story contains an application that you could probably just use to automate your entire task …

Maybe not, but it’s just a stranger. Like that guy who.

But first of all, it’s a story about how I directed my own lazle to create an innovative solution to the problem. I hope this will inspire you to do the same …

I have to start by saying I do.

As the time passed, I learned more about myself. In particular, I discovered-beyond the shadow of a doubt-that I am a lazy man of type 1. A boring, boring job is my livelihood, and I will only do around

” Peter Parker. Brilliant, but lazy. “-Doc ok.

Tipp1 is a lazy man, most likely to be.

Either that or they could be voluntarily unemployed.

As I like the white Russians, I also like that I have money to make delicious drinks. So, after my year, I took Mr. Lebowski’s board and found a real internship that was in the IT department in a large financial company …

One day, during the internship, I stopped from my regular work to see one of my bosses who were standing at the entrance to my stall. He stared at my second monitor, probably a quiet, quiet look, because the corporate computer once spat out a new, wide-format model for me, while most of the true employees were still using the square, 15 “ from …

However, instead of following my throat, he said to me:

-I have a special project for you, Thomas. If you don’t mind. “.

Of course, my gut, yes, sir, the intern kicked him out. That’s why you hire interns. They’ll do anything with a smile on his face. Dilbert’s comic book.

So you can bet I answered in the affirmative. I’m sure his next thought was, “ Wow, he’s so hungry. Maybe this project is really.He told me that the company has a tool that stores settings for different servers on the corporate campus. It came into this tool, and the screen presented me with a nearly infinitely scrolling list of these servers.

This project is:

  • I should have pressed each server in the list …
  • As soon as I did, I found the settings panel for this server ..
  • I had to change a few settings-check out a few crates, pick something out of the drop-down list and enter a couple of names in some fields ..
  • Then I had to hit “OK.”
  • Then repeat for each of the hundreds of servers ..
  • Oh, and the cucker? The program took about a minute after I hit “OK” to process the changes before returning me to the main list …

    You can see where it’s going …

    The guy told me sad, sad eyes in his eyes that this project would probably take me all day. Maybe even two days …I’d like to stop for a minute to assess my situation. It was about 8:00 when I gave this project. I was looking at hard.The man left my stall, and then Tipp-1 was lying at …

    “How the hell am I gonna sit here and do it,” I thought …I decided to take the second option, but since I was a rather decent person to not just go up and throw it there, I decided to see if there was a way to automate the whole process …

    You think that an experienced server technician in the company-someone much more knowledgeable than me-could just write a complicated shell script that took care of this problem on the old glowing terminal machine, where no one else should have seen it …

    You’d have thought that, but since I got the project, I knew it wasn’t. I would have done it through this infernal GUI because there was no other way …

    Then I had the idea that if I could do it through a graphical interface, like I had to.

    During my first year, I played with the open source project.

    So, all I had to do was figure out what would change on my screen after I finished every step of the process in my horrible, unpleasant little project …

    First of all, I ran into a few servers just to get to know everything. Then I made another server, this time very carefully.

    Luckily, Sikuli is flexible. He has many commands, including:

    After an hour of trial and error, my Sikuli script was finally perfect. I then touch my solution;

    The computer took my mouse, and the script started going to the servers, making all the changes I had to do. Meanwhile, I came back and enjoyed some quality time with Mr. Downey Jr.

    Just before going home, my script ended up changing the settings on the last server. Because the script just takes control of the mouse and does what it usually does to them, it didn’ t work much faster than I would have worked. It was still necessary to wait for pages (and I had to program waiting times for this) ..

    However, my Sikuli script had two big advantages for me:

  • He was never bored.Ever since he did the same thing over and over again, he could have kept running for my lunch break.During this day, I finished watching several films on Netflix. It was the most relaxing day! When the project was finished, I went to my colleague’s stall to know that I had completed the task …
  • -Already? he asked …

    ” Yes! And, honestly, I just looked at Netflix and looked back all day. “.

    Then I told him how I automate the whole process. He was very impressed, and asked me to show him Sicily when I had a chance.You want to make better grades?You found this article useful?

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