My first Friday Fun topic - yay!
Spending a few years close to the software industry and Atlassian's ecosystem, opened my eyes to many things. One interesting observation is that behind every Jira administrator stands a mighty hobby! Well, okay, not just Jira administrators
This year the Las Vegas Summit met me with many different and exciting people (Thank you, Summit!). Between the serious conversations, I'm always trying to find more about the person whom I'm talking to, and one of my favorite questions is, "What are doing in your spare time?". Wow, what an answers! There was a man with extraordinary skills in making a balloon art (I saw some photos), people with a passion for muscle cars, marathons, cooking, and so much more!
For example, one of my colleagues shared with us about his hobby, and it turns out that he loves to weld together metal parts in different constructions.
Let me leat the thread! Few of my hobbies are hiking, photography, and cooking.
Sometimes hiking in terms of Surviving: rain, mud, cold, thunderstorms.
Photography and cooking are hanging out together most of the time.
These activities can always brighten up my day, help me relax, or grab my mind for a moment. :)
Your turn, Community! And don't forget the keyword "show" ;)
(they're not as lucky to be a Jira Admin like you!) It's a human thing actually, isn't it? Specially in "provider—consumer" relationships, we seem to blame the end-user quite often: The product...
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