More than 10 years ago when I used to work on MS Project Server which was quite expensive back then I was searching for an open source tool for managing different projects that I was working on back then, by 2008 I was already doing freelancing consultation on Red Hat, VBA trainings and just star
Here you will find all the posts related to my work done on Atlassian tools. As of 2017 I have been working primarily as Atlassian consultant where I help companies in rolling out Atlassian tools like Jira, Jira Service Desk and Jira Software. I am loving this work as I get to work with many companies and travel a lot. Currently I live in London but I am from Delhi originally. I self taught myself to work on Jira and I gained expertise on it after doing several implementations. I also wrote couple of books, the latest one is Mastering JIRA 7 which is quite popular. Enjoy the posts, have fun :)
Do you want to make sure that users cannot access your Jira instance when you are doing some maintenance? Well this can be done by changing the permissions but that can be cumbersome.
I found about this new add-on called Maintenance Mode for Jira
[Few spots left] I am doing a Webinar on #DevOps using #Atlassian toolset on 28th March 2018, 3 PM GMT
I am doing a webinar where I will be showcasing how to use Atlassian tools for ALM lifecyle and implementing DevOps pipeline. There are still spots left to sign up but it is filling up soon. If you are always wondered how the full ALM works with Atlassian tools but always wondered how, this is the opportunity to learn.
Please click on the link below to sign up for this free webinar.
In this video I want to talk about the most common mistakes made by new Jira Administrators and the strategy that you should adopt to get around them. Please take a look at this video if you want to start your Jira learning journey.
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In this video I want to talk about how to get started with Jira and how to evaluate it. This is one of the most asked questions from people who want to know and compare Jira with other tools that they want to evaluate in their company.
I am very pleased to announce today that I have decided to launch my very own youtube channel.
Last week on 24th October I spoke at Atlassian User Group London meetup about Elements which is the new app from Valiantys. This app's aim is to help user manage simple lists without using Sub-tasks because they can be bit complicated for doing simple tasks.
This year has been interesting in many ways. Living in foreign country and adapting new things is challenging but it wasn't really very tough. For me I am quite used to Delhi so living in London for me is more about reminiscing. Lets see what is next for me. As of now things are good.
On Saturday 5th August 2017 I went to one meetup called "West London Coders" and it was amazing time spent with nice people with similar interest.
I came across this new add on called "Checklist for JIRA" and it seems quite interesting add-on. The Overview of this add-on on the marketplace says "Stop using Subtasks for simple tracking. Use Checklist instead. Ideal for Definition of Done, Acceptance Criteria and ToDo lists".
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Life begins outside your comfort zone and that is where your courage is developed". Write to me by filling this form. For living I am an Atlassian Consultant who love both Jira and Drupal. I am the author of "Mastering JIRA" and "Mastering JIRA 7" books. I Love both JIRA and Drupal (a bit more). You can Write To Me and I will get back to you as soon as I can. Have a nice day!