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Twitter Auto-Scheduler Reloaded

I have found a process improvement for my How to Schedule Your Twitter Account Posts code. I thought briefly about it when I was originally coding but wanted to push my work to production first. What I found lacking was that every-time I publish a new post to my blog I have to turn off my code, update Read more about Twitter Auto-Scheduler Reloaded[…]

How to Schedule Your Twitter Account Posts

Do People Ever Sleep? Have you ever wondered how businesses stay at the top of your Twitter feed? Yeah, me too. It turns out they don’t actually make those posts everyday. They use a company like Crowdfire to schedule their posts! Who cares how it got there as long as the content is relevant to you Read more about How to Schedule Your Twitter Account Posts[…]

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Part 3 – Creating the WordCloud

You made it. The last tutorial in the WordCloud series. You’ve witnessed web-crawling in Part 1 and Grumpy Cat’s epic fail with the OpenCV fix in Part 2. Now, all that’s left is creating the final WordCloud. Part 1 – How to Crawl Your Website and Extract Key Words Part 2 – Working with Images using Read more about Part 3 – Creating the WordCloud[…]

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Part 1 – How to Crawl Your Website and Extract Key Words

Welcome to my first blog series! If you haven’t been following along, about two weeks ago I had a grand idea to make a web-crawler that generates a WordCloud from any image. Instead of pounding out 2000+ words to describe the whole code, I thought it might be better in a series. So today we will Read more about Part 1 – How to Crawl Your Website and Extract Key Words[…]