Posts in Automation

SMS Journeys

SMS messages are often associated with spam or alerts (an ad is not spending enough, or too much, or a landing page is down.) It’s a typical one-way interaction: we get the alert, and that’s it, nothing much to do. […]

leocelis 01/04/20 Automation

The revenge of the RSS Feeds

RSS feeds are a mess. They are built on old XML-based technology. If you live the WSDL web services era, you know that XML means trouble. Feeds were created initially with the intention of distributing website updates. In their prime […]

leocelis 02/06/19 Automation

MailChimp API + Python

There is no straightforward API integration. Yes, you can google “MailChimp API,” and you will find a nicely detailed API reference. And yes, you can google MailChimp python, and you will find Charles TISSIER’s implementation, which is a great lib. […]

leocelis 01/30/19 Automation