User access times with Atlassian tools You’d be mistaken if you had a few searches on the internet and found the following page suggesting that you could just query the application cwd_user table except when using Crowd when you should query against the crowd cwd_user_attribute table. Unfortunately that might have been true back with Jira 4.3, although in the last few years mixing the Atlassian tools (with Crowd as SSO provider) this is no longer the case and I’ve found the following MySQL query works well to find out login times for each application
Agile at the right level There has been lots of criticism that “Agile” is a poor way to run any form of IT development project, with the following comments being made to substantiate the statement: No one uses “agile” in real world engineering It doesn’t scale It’s “new” Indeed everyone seems to think that Royce’s original article in the 1970s was an example of a working project delivery method and miss that he presented it as a broken model.
Source Control subversion git (stash/Github/gitlab) Integration Environment API based infrastructure provider, e.g. vSphere/AWS/Rackspace Cloud Vagrant Documentation Markdown Wiki markup / Confluence Build System The collection of tooling that enables continuous integration of commits by building the software, running any tests and deploying to integration environments. Status of all steps needs to be broadcast to all interested parties, and testing should include not just normal TDD/unit tests but also should look into the following:-
So after many years the following changes I’ve so far run into with CentOS 7 firewalld # firewall-cmd --zone=public --add-service=https success # firewall-cmd --zone=public --add-service=http success # firewall-cmd --zone=public --list-all public (default, active) interfaces: eth0 eth1 sources: services: dhcpv6-client http https ssh ports: masquerade: no forward-ports: icmp-blocks: rich rules: systemd # systemd enable nginx # ln -s '/usr/lib/systemd/system/nginx.service' '/etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/nginx.service' $ systemctl status nginx nginx.service - nginx - high performance web server Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/nginx.
So whilst moving between github organisations - which is relatively straight forward, I also had to move some from Atlassian Stash unfortunately there’s not as simple a method to do this, but a good way of mirroring between two repos is as follows: $ git clone https://donor_repo/example1 --bare $ git remote set-url --push origin https://destination_repo/example2.git $ git fetch -p origin && git push --mirror Simples.