I wrote an article, that can be found here about the new GitHub Issues, web development processes, using visual feedback and some facts about GitHub:[‘bigdata’,’github stats’,’xkcd comic ban’,’more”].
Actually I am using one old bug from input.mozilla.org project (a.k.a) Fjord. It’s a good 4 mins read full of useful stuff and fun.
If you are interested in the tool I am using to optimize your GitHub Issues processes, it is available for free for F(L)OSS projects from here, but you should read the article first.
I had a period in my life when I was working for different employers like a freelancer developing wordpress plugins, themes enhancements and some integrations.
Back then I didn’t realize how much time I was spending in communication with the clients or the middle man (project manager), because, let’s be honest – time is money, right. I didn’t mind to spend 3-4 hours talking to a client about how to make the red button, even more red or why the image is not aligned with the little horse. They would pay me anyway. You know what I mean.
After I started expanding my business portfolio I realized that “spending time” from the previous paragraph is actually losing time. Instead of working for many clients and getting more opportunities (more money) I was working just for a few.
This was one of the reasons for which I decided to move to another segment of my professional life. True story!
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