I own a limited liability company in Hong Kong called Dragon King Creation Limited. The company has no employees, I’m the sole director and I own 100% of the shares of the company. I created the company in 2015 to manage the revenues from my Android and iPhone application sales. The company doesn’t make a lot of money, but it’s still officially a company. Every year limited companies in Hong Kong must go through an audit.
Getting data from a PDF file into an Excel file is a major pain in the ass. A lot of people resort to manually copying it. If you want to automate the conversion follow the steps below Go to bankstatementconverter.com Click the Convert a PDF button Select the PDF you want to convert Wait for it to finish uploading Press the inspect button You should be taken to a page where you can see the PDF you uploaded.
I’ve been working on a new project that requires lots of different social sign in providers. This meant I needed to learn what OAuth is and how to create the APIs to communicate with OAuth providers like Facebook, Google, Github and… Twitter. The first three providers were very easy to work with, Twitter was not. I spent about five hours reading Twitter’s documentation, going through blog post and libraries and writing code.
A few weeks ago I got an email from a user in Australia, it read “I uploaded a bank statement and nothing happens How do I see the converted file?”. I took a look at my Grafana dashboards and figured out this user had uploaded an image based PDF, probably a scanned bank statement. I’ve replied to quite a few users telling us that scanned documents don’t work. I fished out a reply from my sent folder and sent it to this user.