If you're passionate about developing top-quality software, that passion could well take up most of your time. As a father of two, a basketball enthusiast and a hobby guitarist, I often found myself working on code when I would have liked to spend time on my other interests. Luckily, I discovered SonarQube, a tool that makes it easier for me to trust the code I’m developing or maintaining. SonarQube gives me insights that were previously hard to obtain. And that helps me to enjoy more leisure time. Maybe it can do the same for you.
In this post you can learn how easy it is to create a user macro in Confluence that will show a Twitter-user's timeline. You're literally only a few clicks away from letting your colleagues know about your Tweets directly in your Confluence wiki.