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Anddrw
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!rant

New startup - our backend stack is php, js, mysql, mongo & redis

Can you guys recommend nice-to-have internal tools that could make out lifes easier? We’ve been using confluence so far and thinking on grabbing a jira license.

Any advice is helpful 🤪

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  • 4
    Ask each dev what they would like to have if they had their dreamjob.
    Also a good question for in an interview.
    Personally I love the complete Jetbrains suite, but others hate it.
  • 2
    if your team is all in one place and little to no remote work is done I would always go for a analog postits board instead of jira!
  • 4
    @ShotgunSurgeon thats wat beter thans a digital board indeed. Quicker feedback.
  • 1
    Tools? Hire me!
  • 2
    Otherwise you could try trello before you go for jira. In my opinion it is a little more lightweight. documentation should of course happen in your confluence
  • 2
    JIRA?
    Please don't do that to yourself.

    Look into phabricator. It will save you many lost hours and many headaches. Has a nice CLI, too!
  • 0
    pivotaltracker. Don't use Jira or Trello, totally sucks
  • 0
    @ShotgunSurgeon for the moment we’re all in one place, but will soon start to work with remote teams
  • 0
    @Anddrw 😐 Than something electronic is (sadly) the way to go.
  • 1
    @Codex404 This. You could buy me the entire jetbrains suite but if it wouldn't be a requirement to actually use it, I'd install netbeans right away, I don't like the jetbrains things.
  • 0
    Kibana, Logstash, Grafana, Graphite, LibreNMS, Sensu, RabbitMQ, Keepalived
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