Our goal at Automatelife.net is to help you save time and money through automation.
We understand how time-consuming it is to connect and set up new technology, and we’re here to help you through that process, whether it’s informing you about what’s out there, or helping you get set up. We share what we know and what we continue to learn to take the frustration out of automation so that you can spend your valuable time doing the things you love.
Our mission is simple: we want this automatelife.net to be the best place to find easy-to-understand information about smart home technology on the internet.
Jason joined the team in 2022 and is now responsible for making sure the website is as valuable a resource for the reader as it can be.
With a strong tech background and growing websites, Jason is the perfect addition to the Automate Your Life team to help grow our audience and ensure the website remains accessible and user-friendly.
Automatelife.net was started by Brian in mid-2017 with a simple setup video for our Google Home… which was later taken down because it was bad.
However, automation and computers have been a part of his life since he was 12. From the day he brought home his first computer (a Pentium 1, 75 MHz beast), he has loved everything about technology and its rapid growth. He always loves integrating it into his own life, so it’s an easy extension to help others integrate it into theirs too.
After he graduated with his degree in Computer Engineering, he immediately started working for a software company. He learned about testing automation, and then quickly left to join an industrial automation company. There, he learned to automate everything from pumps to valves, and everything in between.
Nowadays, Brian automates everything in his life using consumer-level electronics. He also teaches people how to integrate those, and more complicated devices, into their lives. It’s something he genuinely has a passion for.
Check out his latest home automation videos on Youtube to stay up to date.
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