At work, we've finally wrapped up the project we've been working on in these past few weeks. There are still some bugs to be fixed, but they're relatively minor.
Really glad I made it.
I initially planned to do some work on giscus this weekend, but I really didn't have the energy to do it.
I felt like I needed to take some time off programming. So I did. Kind of.
I played Castlevania: Symphony of the Night on my phone, from start to finish. I really enjoyed it.
After that, I spent the Saturday and Sunday binging Lupin with my sister. It was good. I feel like they made things a bit too convenient for the protagonist, though.
I still ended up doing some programming. A friend of mine asked me to write a scraper to download some files from my university's scholarships website. I had promised to do it on the weekend.
It didn't require a lot of thinking, so I didn't mind doing it. I initially wanted to try out Spatula, but it seemed overkill for the job. Besides, I didn't want to spend more time than needed, which would be the case if I were to learn a new library.
I ended up going with my usual setup -- requests + beautifulsoup4 in a Jupyter notebook. Works like a charm. I also didn't need to upload the results as I could just run the notebook on Google Colab and save the files directly to Google Drive. Sent the link to my friend, done.