This week I got to join Alex Cox and Matthew Cassinelli on Supercomputer where we got into the weeds of automation, especially on how I use Drafts. We also looked at using AirTable and Zapier and some of the many possibilities available to us with these amazing tools.
I’m very pleased to announce that this year I’ll be attending and speaking at MacStock! It’s my first time for both – but I’ve heard such great things about the conference that I can’t wait to join everyone there for a weekend of fun and nerdery. If you want to come to the event you can use the code rosemary to get a discount on your ticket – while the early bird sale is running this means your ticket will be just $169.
Stay tuned for more details as they’re announced, and I hope to see you July 27th and 28th in Woodstock!
As well as a meetup before WWDC in Orange County, David and I are hosting a meetup at WWDC – Tuesday lunchtime to be specific! We don’t have the precise location nailed down yet (we’d like to meet outside) so make sure to keep an eye out for updates on this event! As well as David and myself, Alex Cox and Matthew Cassinelli of Supercomputer, and Simon Støvring developer of Scriptable will be there! If you’re around we’d love to meet you and say hello.
You can sign up for a free ticket on Eventbrite. Make sure to keep an eye out for emails from them to confirm your ticket and with updates we send out.
David and I are hosting a meetup in Orange County, California before we head up to WWDC – the exact date, time, and location are yet to be determined, but it will be on either Friday May 31st, or Saturday June 1st. We hope to see many people there!
You can sign up for a free ticket on Eventbrite. Once you’ve done so make sure to keep an eye out for emails from Eventbrite to confirm your ticket and for the precise details!
In episode 20 of Automators we were joined by the wonderful Brett Terpstra, and dove deep into how he got started with automation. I was personally fascinated by the extra keyboards and the Leap Motion he uses to control his Mac.