In case you don’t want to read through the entire post, here’s what we’re building. We’re building an automation pipeline to automatically save a currently playing Spotify track to user playlists, based on the shortcut key pressed. The execution is device independent, meaning you could be playing the track on your mobile phone, and with the press of Alt+1 on your computer, you could add the track to, say, Playlist 1, or with Alt+2 you could add it to Playlist 2.
The execution is also a background process, so it doesn’t affect your active working window or whatever work you’re doing on the computer. …
For reasons, I needed to export a list of my LinkedIn network contacts specifically in the Pharmaceutical Industry.
You can filter and view your contacts on LinkedIn but it neither lets you export the data nor has official API support for the same.
So, we’ll be using our logged-in browser session to make unofficial API calls to scrape the contacts.
I’ve heard, if you say something is for Educational Purposes, you can pretty much get away with anything. So yeah, this is for Educational Purpose :)
Let’s begin by going to the LinkedIn Contacts page and apply all the required filters. …
Hello there !!! and welcome to yet another stupid project of mine.
So I was using Whatsapp the other day and found this cool little feature of finding emojis using keywords really interesting. Now, I’m pretty sure they didn’t use Machine Learning to achieve this and it’s most probably a simple map of hardcoded keywords and emojis.
But what if you could go a step further and not limit the search functionality to those predefined keywords but search emojis based on the contextual meaning of the search keyword.
Too lazy to read through? You can view the EmojiPlot here: http://www.satandigital.com/apps/EmojiPlot/
The plot has zoom and pan functionality. …
Don’t have the patience to read though? Worry not.
It’s 11 pm and as I’m on my way to order multiple midnight meals, I thought to myself :
I don’t really know my ordering habits. is there a trend? Can I derive some meaningful insights from my ordering history?
As I browse through the dessert options on Swiggy (An Indian Food Order & Delivery App), I’m trying to figure out how can I get my order history data. Now, I’ve learned from past experiences that asking nicely just works out sometimes. …