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I heard from this American who returned from a visit to Cardiff with a swollen left eye. How did it happen? Well, he had been to this pub, where he had been chatting with these three girls, and asked them something like "Are you local English girls, from around here?" The girls sneered back: "That is Wales, you ignorant fool!" So he told them he was sorry, and rephrased his question: "I am so sorry! So, are you three whales from around here?"
I can imagine. Our geography text books teach us way to little on India. (or the rest of the world for that matter)
When I was studying we got an Indian exchange student at my student home.
Our discussion on more or less anything was quite an eye opener for exactly how much that was missing from our mutual knowledge.
Monday[^] is shiny and looks so cool, and at first blush it seemed so much better than JIRA. Well, frankly, anything is better than JIRA, so it still wins that.
But the shiny is starting to wear off, mainly because the UX is awkward. They could make things either a bit more obvious, a bit easier to do, or even possible to do. My current peeve is that once I create a filter, I can't edit the filter name. WTF?
Still, some aspects of the UX are freaking awesome - fast and responsive, search is great, filtering is great, and the UI is clean.
Now, on the positive side, they are making constant improvements, like adding sub-items. Of course, I look at something like Monday and I wonder, how could you go to production and have a useful tool without supporting sub-items? It's a mystery to me.
Still, I feel a bit embarrassed. The glitter and makeup fooled me.
I tested it out for the same reason. I can't remember specifically what it was, but there were several basic things that it could not do so we don't use it. More hype than substance from what I could tell.
Social Media - A platform that makes it easier for the crazies to find each other.
Everyone is born right handed. Only the strongest overcome it.
Fight for left-handed rights and hand equality.
I once tried ossum - Plan, code, and launch your next great product.[^]
Nice product, flexible Kanban and integration with Jenkins, Bamboo and TeamCity (missing Azure DevOps).
The thing is, you're expecting functionality of Azure DevOps or JIRA, but this is a startup who doesn't have the budget, user base, or people a Microsoft or Atlassian has.
They're improving, and getting there, but not at the same pace.
They're also trying to be something different, more lightweight and flexible in the case of ossum.
While I liked the product I'm still using Azure DevOps
now makes me wonder what the androids are sucking on?
after many otherwise intelligent sounding suggestions that achieved nothing the nice folks at Technet said the only solution was to low level format my hard disk then reinstall my signature. Sadly, this still didn't fix the issue!
So having a teen daughter who spends most of the free time (after doing school work and watching Netflix ) in smartphone, what should be the best approach regarding watching her activity
1. Asking Mrs to handle it?
2. Ask her to voluntary show the activity?
3. checking the phone on the sly?
Her iTunes ,spotify account is linked to my Credit card so I know she is not doing any useless purchase.
She has two Insta, tik tok, snap account which is private as well public
Too much of good is bad,mix some evil in it