We tend to belittle everything we already know: "Now that we know, everyone should know this too."
But there is one thing I will never take for granted, this is the power that software gives us.
Not only has the ability to write software: it also has software that we can use. No-code tools are so advanced, you can use them to do a lot of things, and they give the functionality of the software to everyone, these people are not coders, but producers.
I am a developer and I also rely on low-code or no-code tools. They provide you with the key to automation, bringing this power to a wider audience.
Whenever I perform an operation multiple times, I try to consider creating a system, so I don’t have to repeat the task manually.
I am a one-man company and I can only do this because I have a group of small robots that do things for me 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Don't think that they are doing complicated things.. They are actually performing small tasks. However, these small tasks have consumed my energy and time.
Because they did it for me, I can focus on the bigger prospects.
Thinking in the system is also an important function related to this: building an interconnected automation system that can work for you while you sleep, vacation, or go out.
For thousands of years, people can only dream of this possibility. Instead, they had to hire people. Paid, or slave. They have to build or buy expensive and fragile machines. In the past few years, not many, we can use an incredible set of tools to turn this thousand-year-old dream into reality. We have powerful computers in our pockets and wrists.
We should use this possibility 100%.
If you realize that there is such an opportunity, then you are already on the right track. This is not something you are born with. You can learn. This requires time and a lot of learning.
I rely on various platforms to do this. I like my system to be simple and compact. Microservices, if you like. An event is triggered, the information is sent to my automation service, and it does its job.
If the job fails, there are not many things to find the cause of the failure. And my centralized logging platform tells me what happened, when and why.
That's what made me an entrepreneur in the digital field in the first place.
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