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Cody, a Jr. Atlassian Engineer, is currently a senior at ASU in the Computer Science program. Before writing code professionally, he worked on countless school and personal projects and played a lot of CTFs. After a website building project in his High School photography class, Cody was instantly hooked on writing code. He loves writing code and using it as a tool to solve problems. Cody enjoys camping, golfing, fishing, programming, and spending way too much money on food in his free time. Something interesting about Cody is that he has an incredible memory.

4 Ways Isos Technology Promotes Culture When Working Remotely

Culture, Remote Work

By now, most companies have all or some of their employees working remotely, but even with the pandemic seemingly winding down, many companies are going to stay in a remote/hybrid style (ahem, as I predicted in some[...]

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My Top 3 Sessions to Check Out at Atlassian Team '21

News, Atlassian, Atlassian Team '21

Atlassian Team '21 is going on now, and as an Atlassian Platinum Solution Provider, we're all pretty excited about it!  For me, there are 3 events that stand out above the rest. If you didn't happen to catch the[...]

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How to Make Automation a Snap in Jira Cloud

Jira, Atlassian Cloud

I'm sure I can comfortably speak for all Computer Science nerds when I say that visual-based programming, and visual-based programming languages, are looked at as a bit of a joke. But I can also confidently say that[...]

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Moving Up in the World: What a Career at Isos Technology Means to Me

Culture

This is more of a personal blog post, but I think this story showcases what kind of a company Isos Technology is, and for me, it will be a nice thing to look back on as I continue my professional journey here at[...]

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3 Ways Managed Services Engineers Can Help with Your Atlassian Tools

Managed Services

Here at Isos Technology, I'm on a team of engineers who work hand-in-hand with our Managed Services department to get things done for our clients. Having our team as a resource for your Atlassian tools can be a huge[...]

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How Atlassian Tools are Transforming Remote Work

Atlassian Tools, Remote Work

Based on the thoughts I shared in my last blog, I am very much under the belief that many companies will transition to a remote work model for the long haul, if they haven't already. Over the last nine months, it's[...]

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Working Remotely? Here's 4 Ways to Make Your Breaks Worthwhile...

Remote Work

One of the perks of working remotely is the fact that you are in  the place where you are most comfortable—your own home. Perks aside, taking breaks when working from home—at least for me—can be kind of confusing.[...]

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Fast Forward to Life After COVID-19: Will Tech Workforces Stay Remote?

Remote Work

 

 

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the lives of just about everyone in the world, to some degree or another. At this point, there's no question about it. Aside from the effect on people's health and well-being,[...]

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SonarCloud, My New Favorite App for Bitbucket Cloud!

Development Process, Software Development, Software Solutions, Atlassian Cloud, Bitbucket, Apps

In the past few weeks, our engineering team has added Bitbucket Cloud to our toolbelt. I wasn't personally involved in this process, but I was told that it was happening. Although my first thought was, "Hey, that's[...]

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The Perks of Atlassian Cloud-Based Tools

Cloud, Atlassian, Atlassian Cloud

As we all know, there is a huge difference between ground-based (Server and Data Center) and cloud-based Atlassian tooling. Both have clear advantages and disadvantages, so making the decision on what's best for your[...]

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