As a consultant, keeping track of my time is obviously very important. I use Toggl to track every task (billable or not) that I work on for each client. However, I also have to update each client’s Jira project with the time I spent on each ticket as well as our billing system’s timesheet (we’ll leave that for another post and another day). This used to be a very manual process. I would have to check Toggl reports for each day and then log into Jira, pull up the ticket, and add a worklog. Here is where TogglToJira comes in.
If you haven’t figured it out yet, I’m pretty excited about the fact this blog is running on [Second Crack]. I’m so excited, I’ve started customizing it (and contributing my changes back to Marco, if he wants them).
I’ve wanted to get into contributing to an open source project for a while now (I have both a Zend CLA and a Magento MCA), but I haven’t found the right place to start yet. Over the weekend I spent some time doing research for a personal project and I stumbled upon the [Dropbox-php] project.