There is a really easy way to achieve it: Twitgram. With Twitgram you can send private messages, of any length, to anyone and only the recipient(s) will be able to read them.
At the office we use JIRA to manage all the Tickets and Tasks we are supposed to do, and sometimes it might be a little more complicated than expected. For some reason I woke up early today and decided to search for JIRA extensions on Chrome Store and found 2 really nice:
This one is a small popup on your toolbar that opens your selected saved filter and also includes a small number with how many tickets are in that list. It also (as the name says) allows you to get desktop notifications with updates on such tickets.
This one is a much simpler but I will love it. How many times someone asks you about a ticket and only gives you the number? Then you need to open JIRA, search for one of your tickets and change the URL with the ID or search the ID using the search options. No more! Just select your favorite(s) project(s) and you will only need a number to get into each and every ticket!
I do not know why I didn’t search for these before 8) .
Once you start developing either Java applications, using a Java based IDE or a Java based build or compile tool on Windows it is most likely you have faced a Java Path problem. Some software recognizes path spaces, some other don’t. You can avoid all those problems by installing your Java SDK on a Unix friendly path
Important Note: Do not follow blindly everything I wrote. I am not a fortune teller nor a magician so READ carefully your screens, UNDERSTAND THE INSTRUCTIONS and adapt them to your system configuration. I do not take responsibility for any damage done to your system just because you do not know how to follow instructions.
Some weeks ago I traveled to my hometown to visit my lovely wife and the rest of my family and I had good luck on getting a very good price on the fly tickets. Here is my complete experience.
Working on a team with several editors and configurations usually tends to create a mess on the code formatting. I was trying for a couple of days the Sublime Text editor and I kinda liked it, one plugin I really liked it is the JSBeautifier that, as its name says, formats the current file (or selection) as the jsbeautifier.org site.
- Sublime Text JSBeautifier Plugin is written in Python
- There is a Python Script Plugin available to Notepad++
So, I headed to JSBeautifier github to download the python module, downloaded the Ptyhon Script Plugin for Notepad++, spent around an hour reading and testing and I ended “porting” the script into my Notepad++