Development

Observations on web and mobile development as a whole, as well as the processes to improve developers' lives.

Getting Started With JIRA

When I was born, my parents looked each other in the eyes and said "this kid is going to grow up to write detailed documentation for software products too complex for our current generation to fully understand." Boy, were they right.

Perhaps you've just started diving into JIRA. In that case, the first glance at its bland aesthetic and stark UI elements probably set off the PTSD you acquired from your fluorescent light cubicle days. Or you may be an experienced director, and you're excited to share your methods of software development with your company.

Regardless of who you are, JIRA is arguably the best software development management tool in the market. You're in good hands, so let's take a deep breath and get your bearings in JIRA.

Find Your Project Gear

JIRA is separated into "projects" as your organization will work on multiple projects throughout its

Welcome to Toddzilla

Friends and family, our time is now. 2017 has been a year of change thus far, even disregarding imminent war or planetary doom for once. There comes a time in all of our lives where we find ourselves in teetering in a state of purgatory. It is the moment where life itself is in positioned such that one's own legacy appears to be teetering on the brink of making a difference in the world, or simply drifting towards affecting nothing. I think that time comes at around roughly 30 years of age.

There are a number of things I've been doing to break such a state of existence.

Life Management

Kanban

The irony of managing as much of the world as possible is that one's own life becomes a causality. As friends and projects have tasken priority, my own life has taken a back seat. Bursts of passion to push life