A few words about this blog:
Keyboard and mouse automation can be a great way to improve computer users efficiency. With better software for macros available, IT managers and software developers now have the potential to create timesaving solutions at the data entry level. Often, these solutions are pretty simple to develop and can save a lot of time.
Through this blog and content platform, some bloggers/writers will share information that can be very useful for those planning to use AutoHotkey for macros — and possibly the Enterpad to trigger them — for your keyboard and mouse automation projects.
You are welcome to contribute with comments to any specific blog post or send us some suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Thanks for visiting and your support,
Philippe Lamarre: As a professionnal accountant, I use my computer a lot and need to be quick. As a massive sports player, I want to be the best. That combination brought me here because I use softwares and hardwares that let me do things faster than anybody else and makes me be the best at what I do. I also love to write so it is the main reason why I will share my knowledge with you on this blog. Student surpass the teacher they say…I hope not…I can’t stand being number two!
Edmond Pelletier: Software and Web developer, show host, part-time violinist, full-time husband. I’m glad to put my experience where it can help other people to achieve their goals and reach success. And I’m the kind of guy who wants things to work fast and easy. So here I am! Hope you’ll enjoy my posts on the blog.
Philip Kidder: An avid reader who spends too much time with his new Kindle. For a living, I am a computer consultant to small businesses and home computer users. I also enjoy watching sunsets over Lake Erie, meditating, making my own bread and have recently bought a new grill and am learning to cook on it.
Denis Lamarre: Electronics and Software developer, and passionate about automation. This is why I created the Enterpad with its templates and tools. As long as I can remember, I have been working to expand my expertise in automation. It’s a pleasure for me to see people working more effectively with a tool I created.