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I tried to browse to that endpoint and expected to see something
someapi.com is not for sale yet
Given that endpoint, I'd expect some image on a single pixel.
The back-end could transform the image to a 1x1 image and save some bandwidth.
I'd also expect x and y as separate parameters for rectangles.
For example: someapi.com/image/someImageID?x=100&y=150
+1 for post-it notes. I have found it to be a very effective workflow to write my assigned Jira tickets onto post-it notes, work off the post-its, and then reconcile my work back into Jira the day before the PM does reporting.
As for Monday, I haven't tried it, but I don't like them because I keep seeing ads for it almost every day.
VSTS is OK, but in preferring TFS over Git makes you quite a rare find.
"'Do what thou wilt...' is to bid Stars to shine, Vines to bear grapes, Water to seek its level; man is the only being in Nature that has striven to set himself at odds with himself."
Have not used Monday - but also found Jira to be slow and clunky. Asana is another option that is quite usable. Teams has some limited capability with a good UI. My recommendation would have to be silolog.com which is simple and effective.
My problem with post-it wall is that eager cleaning lady buzzing around with her vacuum cleaner while leaving the windows open to get some fresh air...
And another minor issue might be when you have one or more remote teams. Sending the pictures of your post-it wall whether during stand-ups or each time after you move a ticket can be a bit ehm 'funny'
We use Redmine - I've always found it pleasant to use & stays out of my way. It allows enough customisation to be useful for our needs and information can be extracted using a REST API, which makes collating things into reports for management easy enough.
Java, Basic, who cares - it's all a bunch of tree-hugging hippy cr*p
My imprevision of JIRA is it is first a ticketing system, then development workflows added on.
Monday.com is similar, a ticketing system for any work type.
VSTS (or Azure DevOps for the year old naming) - does a lot, same as Jira, but is first a development ticketing system. Out of the box link code changes with work items. More hassle if you want 1 subscription account, but 10 other people that just need basic view options.
Yes, we use JIRA. I wouldn't say it's the greatest ever, but most of our problems come from the people using it, not from the software itself. It does seem as if I've noticed some problems here and there though.
I agree. Tech tools related to processes should be geared for the team's process, not the other way around. If the team has a bad process, then they will just port that into the tool. The tool will get blamed, and the team continues to suffer under bad processes.
Keep all things a simple as possible, but no simpler. -said someone, somewhere
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