Sunday, December 9, 2018 - 18:31
Wow, can't believe 2018 is over, well almost. Not many days left. So many things happening in life. I made lot of plans earlier this year and honestly I have mixed feelings about my plans. Overall I would say I am happy but I could have done much much better but anyways, atleast I am aware of it. As compared to 2017 this year was way better in terms of what I was able to achieve. So that is good news. As of now I have just too many things in my mind but I need to spend some time and organise my thoughts. I used to write a lot, I mean a lot. When I say writing I mean actual writing on paper with pen. For me writing and taking notes has always helped me a lot. Whenever I make plans by writing I do end up doing them or atleast attempt finishing them. I still remember lot of plans I made in…
Wednesday, December 5, 2018 - 16:22
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Sunday, November 18, 2018 - 19:39
Next Gen Project in Jira Cloud
I don't work on cloud a lot which is fine but from time to time every other week I do log in to one of my cloud instance to check few things here and there or to do some research but that's it. Cloud and Server were quite similar but now a days especially in the past 1 years they offer different features. Usually Cloud brings out new features and then those are pushed to Jira Server. So long story short I came to know about these personal projects in Jira and Roadmaps on Jira Cloud and today while creating a new project I got this new option to create a next-gen project. I thought why not record my experience of exploring this new feature on Jira Cloud. So watch this video as I experience this new feature :) References:…
Sunday, November 11, 2018 - 19:51
I recently announced that I will be doing my engineering all over again and also share my learnings by creating youtube videos and blogs as well. My dream is to write books on engineering subjects. Lets see :) I am starting with Algorithm Design and Analysis and here are the video so far. Playlist url: Asymptotic Analysis: Asymptotic Notations: Insertion Sort: As more videos are posted on youtube or any other resource that I create, I will update this page. Have fun :)
Saturday, November 10, 2018 - 21:36
Ravi Sagar Courses
Yes you read it correctly I am actually redoing my engineering again almost after 20 years. I am not really enrolling myself in a course or going back to university but I am actually relearning the things that I learned long long back again. I made a video explain what are my plans. You can watch that video if you want but I am anyways sharing my plan in this blog. So my plan is simple and long term. I want to study engineering subjects again and while I am studying them I will also make a video about what I learned. Now this will give a good reason to learn them properly as I will be learning it with the intention to teach it. I started learning Algorithm Design and Analysis and really enjoying it. I also made a video on Asymptotic Analysis today, honestly I had some difficulty making…
Monday, September 24, 2018 - 19:03
I have not blogged in the last few months a lot, there were some reasons. I was quite occupied with work and other stuff in my life and I took a great holiday in the month of August. Probably after 10 years and felt very relaxed. I guess taking regular holidays are important and I learned that when you book the holidays in advance the feeling of anticipation is great. You wait for months for that holiday and you have some assurance in your life that a holiday is coming up. I keep forgetting that writing gives me lot of calmness in life and I always feel good after writing something and sharing on this blog. I wanted to write something today just to kick start the final quarter of the year. I hope I keep writing regularly. A separate blog post where I will be sharing what I did during my 3…
Thursday, July 26, 2018 - 21:05
I can't believe half of 2018, time flies. I made myself lot of promises start of the year. Overall I am quite satisfied with myself this year. I feel good when I continuously keep myself abreast of the latest things happening around or at least making an attempt to learn new things. I don't like stillness in life. We should always look forward to get familiar with new things not only related to our direct field of work but in other domains. What I am happy about? or things I stuff I learned or triedGoHugoKnownIndiewebImprove my blogLearned about GPSYoutube channel What I want to do or could have done in the past 6 monthsDevOps It is such a wide field that you can not say that you are an expert in DevOps. This year I will continue learning and exploring this domain further. I already have…
Wednesday, July 25, 2018 - 17:34
Atlassian AUG London
I will present my experience in implementing two solutions to integrate a live chat support within JIRA Servce Desk. When you have products and services used by thousands of customers, you need a system in place to streamline the support process. For many users, they prefer to engage with you via live chat support. It’s direct and quick, giving them instant gratification for finding a solution to their problem. For those using Jira Service Desk as their ITSM solution, there hasn’t been a Jira live chat support solution contained within the Atlassian ecosystem – until now. Earlier this year I shared one solution and during this session I will talk about one more :) Date 1st Aug 2018, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM Event details RSVP here:…
Monday, June 4, 2018 - 05:36
New Jira 7.10 review of new UI
Many people were wondering whether the new Jira 7.10 UI will be like the Cloud one or not. In this video I reviewed the new UI that comes with Jira 7.10 and looked at few other improvements.
Thursday, May 31, 2018 - 19:00
Michael Simmons
I stumbled across this amazing piece of article on medium that talks about work life balance, whether you can achieve lot of success in life without sacrificing on your personal life if something everyone wonders. An Ambitious Person’s Brutally Honest Take On Work-Life Balance talks about this topic with some personal references from the author Michael Simmons.