Automating Image clean up with Python

28. July 2020 11:24 by Jay Grossman in   //  Tags: , ,   //   Comments (0)
If you have been reading this blog, you'll know I collect sports cards. It's fun to share what I have with other collectors (by posting scans on, facebook, etc.). A few years ago I bought a Brother MFC-9130CW all in one printer/scanner that I use to do my scanning. I usually set it to scan documents in legal format so I can fit 9 cards on a scan (3 rows by 3 columns). And since I want to do this most efficiently, I generally save them as a 200dpi pdf file with multiple page... [More]

Using RunDeck to automatically version control RunDeck changes

15. September 2015 00:30 by Jay Grossman in   //  Tags: , ,   //   Comments (0)
I am big fan of the open source project RunDeck (a.k.a. My Cron Sprawl Killer). I use it on multiple personal projects and have put it in production at my day job (at Rent the Runway). Rundeck is great when you need something to centralize scheduled jobs, handle multi-step jobs across servers/platforms, or a way to expose common automation tasks. I have quite a bit of experience with Control-M (enterprise solution to solve same problems from BMC) and I prefer Rundeck ease of use/... [More]

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Jay Grossman

techie / entrepreneur that enjoys:
 1) my kids + awesome wife
 2) building software projects/products
 3) digging for gold in data sets
 4) my various day jobs
 5) rooting for my Boston sports teams:
    New England PatriotsBoston Red SoxBoston CelticsBoston Bruins

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