#productivity (2020-03)

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2020-03-27

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sheldonh

Does anyone here use zenhub? I like the simplicity of github issues, and esp the ability to use github actions/bots on things to automate cleanup etc. That’s one thing that other tooling doesn’t really offer as much. The catch is no hiearchy for “epic > issues” makes github natively difficult to sell. Zenhub seems to solve that with epics and more reporting on cycle times and all

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2020-03-26

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sheldonh

@here Any insight? I want better tracking and small chance I can get us away from TFS 2018. Want something better that still gives the high level dashboard of progress on a quarter milestone for example. I could use advice for sure.

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sheldonh

that’s pretty much going back to jira. not sure i want to step into that realm

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Haven’t tried it out yet but want to do that soon

2020-03-24

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sheldonh

I’m exploring a better way to provide insite into my team which is Development Operations (devops focused).

Right now we use TFS 2018… uggh With the move to remote work I’m advocated for a change to improve everyone’s work tracking.

I read about Clubhouse and have some great online reviews. The alternative is Azure DevOps boards which I’m trying to point folks away from if possible as so complicated in comparison.

The big catch is providing that simple dashboard oriented view of to answer: “What commitments in the quarter (milestones in github or clubhouse), and is it behind/progress?

any thoughts? Small chance to improve this and want some feedback if you’ve done a similar shift.

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