Tag: Project Management
This is a script I wrote for integrating GitHub issues with PivotalTracker. It allows a panel to be created in PivotalTracker that will allow issues and bugs to be imported from GitHub. I was part of a group of students who were evaluating PivotalTracker for a project and we were disappointed with its lack of GitHub integration. We wanted to be able to pull in issues that were submitted to the projects repo but it was not currently supported.
In about an hour I researched the PivotalTracker API and GitHub API documentation, and threw together a script for testing. It worked like a charm the first try and the whole team was happy to be able to move on with the project. I then went back and refactored some of the code so that anyone could use the script by just … Read More »
Perhaps one of the biggest jokes that life can play on you is the fact that the more your life comes together the more potential it has to fall apart. There are more responsibilities to keep up with, more things on the agenda, and a smaller cushion of free time to fall back on if you don’t get them all done. If you’re like I was a few years ago you probably have time tracking and project management filed away in the “would be nice / someday I’ll get around to it” category. You’ll be surprised just how quickly it will jump up out of the dust pile of your life and place itself in the “do or die” category.
Over the last couple of years I’ve tried out several different time tracking, project management, and goal tracking systems. However, I … Read More »