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I am Brittany Wispell! I primarily use Trello for working on my Jeep and sometimes grocery shopping. Since this is a topic on coding using Trello I'd recommend using the bitbucket power-up especially for small projects for tracking your coding in Trello.
There was a discussion started in Off-Topic room related to Programming and Coding for Fun. I'm interested in hearing if anyone uses Trello for personal coding and programming fun?
I shared my story in the link above!
The shorter version of my story is that I used Jira/Jira Service Desk to create a fun "proof of concept" for medical general practices checkin/checkout process and billing. I created a website to input billing details ($$,description, billing id) for some medical items. Then in Jira used a database custom field add-on to pull in the data from the website into the Billing tickets in Jira. I did all this by tracking everything that needed to be done in Trello boards. One for Coding and one for what was going into Jira/Jira Service Desk. :)
Can't wait to hear everyones stories!!