I want to dedicate my first blog post to describe my intentions.
I would like to direct the articles towards the 3 branches in which I am currently most immersed: analysis,
automations and integrations.
If you have entered the home page, you will have seen my motto: analyze, automate and integrate.
Also I want to specialize in freelancers and small companies that work remotely through the Internet
offering your knowledge, as that is what I am currently doing.
Ok, analysis … of what? You may be wondering.
At first I wanted to dedicate it to statistical analysis, but I decided to expand the field to data analysis, in
I will try to talk about my beginnings in statistical analysis with R, Excel and SPSS. Also in data analysis of
multiple existing applications today on the Internet, focused on remote work (social networks, projects
I started with automations learning macros in Excel, in order to be able to perform some tasks that I used to
From there I went on to create code automatically for statistical analysis.
When I created the first web pages, I began to automate reports, messages, … everything!
I also hope to talk a lot about the automations that I know and think can help you.
One of my goals is to make complicated things easy.
When you create an online project you may find yourself having to use a thousand different applications.
That is why learning to integrate them is vital to survive among so many apps.
I will tell you what I know here too.
COMMON LINK OF THE 3 BRANCHES
My intention and vision (or whatever you want to call it!: D) is: to help you make the complicated easy.
The complicated thing is to analyze, automate and integrate.
The goal of complicating life now (learning the 3 mechanisms above) is to simplify life later,
with a series of processes:
• We analyze to simplify decisions.
• We automate to simplify actions.
• We integrate to simplify equipment and applications.
Some of the most immediate advantages of working like this are: increasing free time, reducing tasks
repetitive, increased efficiency and effectiveness, greater transparency in the teams … and many more!
Thank you very much for reading the article. If you find interesting what is going to be around here from now on, leave a
comment and we will get to know each other!