Saturday, April 3, 2021 - 09:28
Not trying to replace spreadsheets yet but tables in #Emacs can also do calculations for you. https://ravi.pro/blog/emacs-table-calculation.html
Friday, April 2, 2021 - 15:18
I have been playing with Atlassian Forge for the past few weeks and so far I am really enjoying it. The app development on the cloud is quite different. Good thing is that it rely on REST API so if you have been working with it already then you won't find it difficult to learn Forge. Apart from that I am happy that I am have my own service desk has started receiving tickets. I always help clients in adopting Jira, especially service desk where usually organisations follow ITSM/ITIL practices and I feel proud that I am also doing the same. Of course my intention is really just to have a place where I manage all the requests that people send me.
Weather in UK is changing. Although I don't complain too much about the weather but I certainly have changed in the last 4 years living in UK. Now…
Friday, March 26, 2021 - 10:31
I renewed (re-issue) my daughter's Indian passport recently and I thought may be I will share my experience so it can help you in case you are doing the same thing. This is of course applicable for Indian nationals living in UK.
Check the process and documents required: VFS Global
Book appointment: High Commission of India
Tips to book appointment
Due to COVID there were not many appointment in VFS Hounslow and London and that was my main concern but I was checking the appointments multiple times a day, I also checked it from my mobile and I got lucky one Saturday morning when I saw appointments for the following week. I booked immediately. I kept the application number handy because the appointment are filled up quickly and you won't get second chance if you wait too long.
Friday, March 26, 2021 - 10:17
So today I was setting up #Atlassian #Forge development environment on #ArchLinux Made some notes as well. It was smooth process.
Thursday, March 25, 2021 - 14:35
If you want to learn Jira then first figure out want exactly you want to learn. Do you want to learn Jira to use it or to administer it? In both the cases ask your self do you have previous experience in another tool or are you a total beginner? In my opinion there is no definite answer to this question.
Depending upon your previous experience I think usually it take couple of days to learn Jira, especially if you go through a training course. I have trained thousands of people to become Jira Administrator. Most of the training sessions I did were for corporate clients who want to train their employee to not only learn how to use Jira but also equip them to administer Jira. Also when clients moved from legacy tool to Jira they had to train their developers, manager and administrators to…
Tuesday, March 23, 2021 - 14:20
Thanks for letting me. I will check this on my environment and update the code. Really appreciate.
Saturday, March 13, 2021 - 20:24
Lot of people have learned Jira while at home during the lockdown. London and I think most of UK is still in lockdown, hopefully it will be relaxed in coming weeks but what I wanted to share is that use the time wisely. I know we all are missing meeting our friends and drinking with friends but we have to find ways to get the most out of this situation. Staying at home is for this long has been annoying but we have so much time we can used to learn a new skill. That new skill can open doors and give you more opportunities. Learning Jira is one such thing you can do. Lockdown for me was not to bad, for instance I have been learning Node.js for the past few months, this is along with my usual videos and other courses that I have making. My content is free and I have intentions to keep it…
Wednesday, March 10, 2021 - 16:37
There were few questions on the community related to using smart values for fetching change history of an issue. It is much easier to use ScriptRunner for Jira Cloud but there is something that can be done using Automation as well.
I would prefer using ScriptRunner as writing a groovy script is easier, a bit more readable and can handle complex cases. In both cases you need this end point.
Let us say you want to do it using Automation rules, then when you call this end point. You will get a response JSON back in a smart value which you can access like this.
Now if you log this smart value you will get the json of the histories part of all the change histories. Now you can…
Thursday, February 25, 2021 - 14:06
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Sunday, February 14, 2021 - 12:29