Jira 101, Part 3: Diving into JQL and Filters

Jira 101, Part 3: Diving into JQL and Filters

Blog Barista: Sam Nadarajan | January 15, 2020 | Developer Tools | Brew time: 8 min
Welcome back to the Jira 101 series. In Part 2, we walked you through the various sections that make up the issue detail view as well as the different actions you can perform from that screen. In today’s post, we’ll dive into how you go about searching for issues within Jira, how to use…

Jira 101, Part 2: Issue Layout and Actions

Jira 101, Part 2: Issue Layout and Actions

Blog Barista: Sam Nadarajan | January 14, 2020 | Developer Tools | Brew time: 7 min
Welcome back to the Jira 101 series. In Part 1, we discussed the differences between the different Jiras and their shared core concepts so that you have a better understanding of the Jira ecosystem and the core terminology that will be used throughout this series.
In today’s post, we’ll take a look at the…

Jira 101, Part 1: Getting Started with Jira

Jira 101, Part 1: Getting Started with Jira

Blog Barista: Sam Nadarajan | January 8, 2020 | Developer Tools | Brew time: 6 min
If you are reading this post, then you are probably new to Jira! If so, congratulations on choosing one of the best online tools for project collaboration. This first post from the five part Jira 101 series will help you become familiar with some basic Jira concepts. By the end of this post, you will…

Finding a File Management API for Software Development

Finding a File Management API for Software Development

Why You Should Consider Aspose.Words for Microsoft Word to PDF Conversions
Blog Barista: Sokwhan Huh | August 15, 2019 | Development Tools | Brew time: 5 min
John E. Warnock, the cofounder of Adobe, had a mission in 1990. In his very conspicuously named memo “The Camelot Project,” John best summarizes the difficulty many industries faced in sharing documents…

Creating a Slack Notifier using Jenkins Pipeline

Creating a Slack Notifier using Jenkins Pipeline

Blog Barista: Jim Rasche | June 12, 2019 | Developer Tools | Brew time: 9 min
Jenkins Pipeline is a powerful, expressive tool to describe your Continuous Integration process, unshackling you from the limitations of the “freestyle” GUI. This post will walk you through creating a simple Jenkins Pipeline that messages you through Slack…

Running a .NET Core App with SQL Server on OSX using Docker

Running a .NET Core App with SQL Server on OSX using Docker

Blog Barista: Jim Rasche & Greg Antrim | Sept. 12, 2018 | Developer Tools | Brew time: 8 min Much of the power of .NET Core comes from it being cross platform. This allows developers the flexibility to work in OSX or any of several Linux flavors. We have the power...

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