Organisations are moving toward #JiraCloud now more than ever, apart from doing a proper Jira to Jira import many people still want to #migrate data using #csv or any other tool. I started this github repository to store sample csv files and configurations. Of course I will be making videos on it as well. https://github.com/sparxsys/sample-jira-data
One good thing that I have done (and still doing) is sharing my #Emacs and #OrgMode configurations in a form of this epic blog post https://ravi.pro/blog/blogging-with-emacs-org-mode.html and also series of videos/blog posts https://www.ravisagar.in/category/topic/emacs-and-org-mode-tutorials It takes time and effort to learn these things but I feel over the years I have created this workflow that works really well for me in organising my work and most importantly getting things done.
Not trying to replace spreadsheets yet but tables in #Emacs can also do calculations for you. https://ravi.pro/blog/emacs-table-calculation.html
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 I look forward to sunny days and not miss an opportunity to get Vitamin D. Things are looking bright now and I am looking forward to summers now :)
One thing that hasn't changed really lately is me making videos. I don't honestly make an effort to create videos. It gives me a sense a satisfaction and most importantly I feel good about it. I am also quite happy with the kind of videos I have been making. Raw and simple. I have realised that I like sharing stuff quickly and regularly, that's why I prefer not getting into the hassle of video editing. I hope I can continue to make videos like this.
Apart from YouTube I sync all my videos on another platform https://odysee.com/@ravisagar:d just in case ;)
So today I was setting up #Atlassian #Forge development environment on #ArchLinux Made some notes as well. It was smooth process.
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Attending #LondonDevOps virtual event. Looking forward to talks from Phil Wigg - "Google Cloud, the story so far" and Natalie Godec - "The Misadventures of One Cloud Function" Thanks @adaptavist and other sponsors :)
Dear @TheViralFever can you please add "f" to toggle fullscreen, option to skip intro and next, previous buttons in your player as well, btw great work on Gullak. Loving it.
This is the post to try posting to the MasteringJira on Reddit. Let us see if I can make it work :)
Thanks @almworks for sending this cute little gift. Real fun to play with this #Structure just like your app ;)
It was a bit cold today. -1 is cold I guess. There was frost everywhere. All the hidden spider webs were prominently visible as well.
Let us create a post function to remove an issue from a sprint.
Very colourful frosty and cold morning in #Slough today 🙂 ⛅ ❄️ #Burnham
Good thing about #Arch Linux is that in a process of customising it and making it work the way you want you end up making your own custom distro. Today let us learn how to create hotkeys to run shell scripts and quickly open any application with custom parameters. 😎
Did you get a chance to try Jira expressions yet? Let us learn how to add a workflow condition using them along with #scriptrunner for Jira on Cloud. https://youtu.be/DeVNDOUbGzE
Using ThinkPad x220 in 220 is not a bad idea.
Do you know that you can host a static website for free on #Gitlab? It super easy and fun. You can also create a #pipeline to deploy your site automatically from new commits. Want to learn how to do it? https://youtu.be/3O3fMVNqOJ0
P.S - I use #Emacs #OrgMode to quickly publish my notes to my blog with CI/CD pipelines. Fun stuff.
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