This was bothering me a lot. So I did: And, voila! Problem solved.
You start, then learn. Ask yourself at every moment, ‘is this necessary?’
Work related meetings and drag forever if not well run. Can you end them sooner though? Let’s found out.
Have you ever wondered where you saved that file from back when you did a something, like a project or a task? Whether it is a personal project, small task, work related project. It does not matter. We have all been in this situation.
Two git aliases to list the commits you have created off of your base branch and the files you have touched.
If you complain for being bothered in Slack or other real time communication tools outside of normal working hours, it’s your fault. When you have a remote, distributed team, you have two approaches before you talk to a colleague. You either have to check their timezone every single time before you ping them to see … Continue reading It’s your fault people bother you
At GitHub, we rely on Issues heavily. Not only for bug reports, or for tracking feature implementation. We use them for almost everything. This includes, but is not limited to, discussions, announcements, ideas, tracking projects, capturing thoughts or pieces of documentation that will become pull requests, and many more. The problem with having an abundance … Continue reading How I avoid zombie GitHub Issues
If you follow me, you know by now that me and my team (4 people in total) started working remotely. I was wondering what to write for Blog Action Day. I decided it would be cool if I could calculate some numbers that showed how we affect our environment in a positive way.
One of the tools I really appreciate because it helps me enhance my communication is Jing. Jing has a free edition that supports both screen captures with annotations and video captures with voice!