Jacob Kaplan-Moss

11 items tagged โ€œworkflowโ€

๐Ÿ“Œ Apache Airflow (incubating) Documentation โ€” Airflow Documentation #
๐Ÿ“Œ The Universe of Discourse : Annual self-evaluation time, woo-hoo! #
๐Ÿ“Œ viewflow/viewflow: Reusable workflow library for Django #
๐Ÿ“Œ How OmniFocus controls my life on unwiredcouch.com #
๐Ÿ“Œ Why Iโ€™m done with Scrum | Jimmy Bogard's Blog

Matches my experiences exactly. Iโ€™ll never willingly sign up for Scrum โ€” or any other Big-A-Agile workflow โ€” again. Ultimately, even the best workflow canโ€™t make up for mediocre developers, but a bad workflow *can* turn good developers into crappy ones. Instead, managers should focus on removing anything that gets in the way of developers delivering code and create an environment where shipping gets rewarded. #

๐Ÿ“Œ Adding Compass to your project: Brandon Craig Rhodes

*Really* fantastic writeup of how to integrate Compass into a Python (virtualenv-based) project. This workflow stuff has been the missing link for me, so I think thisโ€™ll be the kick in the pants I need to add Compass to my kit. #

๐Ÿ“Œ Messageโ„ข

A CMS-oriented datastore, open sourced today at DevChatt. Interesting, and worth a closer look, I think. #

๐Ÿ“Œ RubyForge: git-trac

Nice integration between git, git-svn, and Trac. Stupidly relies on scraping HTML instead of Tracโ€™s XML-RPC interface, but otherwise pretty damn nice. #

๐Ÿ“Œ OpenSignals: Videos: DEVONthink Pro Office 1.5 for the Mac

Some videos of a ScanSnap/DEVONthink workflow. Dunno if I want to shell out for DEVONthink, but this looks pretty sweet. #

๐Ÿ“Œ Palimpsest: the guide to a (mostly) paperless life | 43 Folders

I just got a ScanSnap (woo!) and now I need to figure out the best way to use it. This might fit my needs, but more likely Iโ€™ll end up writing some Django app to manage all the documents. #

๐Ÿ“Œ hgbook: Collaboration models

A good writeup of different patterns of using distributed VCS. Iโ€™m especially interested in the description of the Linux workflow; the fact that it works so well is almost completly counterintuitive. #