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Monday, February 14, 2022

Create a new filter in new JIRA UI

What to do if you want to create a new filter in new UI, but are unable to find from where you should create a filter. 

Answer: 
Do the following steps- 
1. You should go to Issues->Search Issues. 
You can also try 'Advanced Search' in new UX of Jira. 
2. Then you should enter your JQL Query 
3. Verify the results 
4. use the "Save as" button.

This will be your new Query which you can use later to create a board or search later!

What next:
Just chill the work is done. You can of course thank me in comments :)

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Covid-19 Testing and various diagnostic tests for different variants

This blog is dedicated to the ongoing situation again. The world is happening to be again exposed to the threats of Omicron variant of the Covid-19 Virus. This post is hence more of a medical technology related post. However, I feel that it is most essential today - Be Safe and Keep others safe!It is based on the research as is available on authentic and reliable websites.

You’ve probably heard a lot about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) testing. If you think you have COVID-19 and need a test, contact your health care provider or local health departmentExternal Link Disclaimer immediately. You can also find a community testing site in your state, or buy an FDA-authorized at-home test. Some FDA-authorized at-home tests give you results within minutes. Others require you to mail the sample to a lab for analysis.

Understanding COVID-19 testing is key to making an informed decision that meets your needs, as there are different types of tests – diagnostic tests and antibody tests.

Type of Covid Tests:
Diagnostic tests can show if you have an active COVID-19 infection and need to take steps to quarantine or isolate yourself from others. Molecular and antigen tests are types of diagnostic tests than can detect if you have an active COVID-19 infection. Samples for diagnostic tests are typically collected with a nasal or throat swab, or saliva collected by spitting into a tube.

Antibody tests look for antibodies in your immune system produced in response to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Antibody tests should not be used to diagnose an active COVID-19 infection. Antibodies can take several days or weeks to develop after you have an infection and may stay in your blood for several weeks or more after recovery. Samples for antibody tests are typically blood from a finger stick, or blood drawn by your doctor or other medical personnel.

Getting Tested
If you are tested, you should quarantine and isolate yourself at home until you receive your test results and follow the advice of your health care provider or a public health professional.

When should I get a test?

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, even after vaccination If you have had close contact (within 6 feet for a total of 15 minutes or more) with someone with confirmed COVID-19, even after vaccination If you took part in activities that put you at higher risk for COVID-19 because you could not socially distance as needed, such as travel, attending large social or mass gatherings, or being in crowded indoor settings If you have been asked or referred to get tested by your health care provider, or localExternal Link Disclaimer or state health department Your school, workplace or community may also establish a screening program, in which they test individuals who are part of a group (at work, at school) even if there is no reason to suspect those individuals are infected with COVID-19. The FDA issued more information about screening programs in this fact sheet.

Do COVID-19 tests check for the omicron, delta and other variants?
Currently, COVID-19 tests are designed and authorized to check broadly for the SARS-CoV-2 virus and not for specific variants, sometimes called SARS-CoV-2 viral mutations or genetic mutations. It is common for all viruses to change and mutate over time, resulting in different virus strains. There are no authorized COVID-19 tests that specifically report the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 omicron, delta, or other variants, in patient samples.

If you want to be sure the test you are buying is authorized by the FDA, visit our tables of molecular, antigen, and serology and adaptive immune response in vitro diagnostic emergency use authorizations (EUA) for more information.

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PARTICIPANTS for NASA Space Apps Challenge 2021 - Ghazipur, UP, India

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PARTICIPANTS

  • Connect with your Local Lead: Each location Event Info page contains contact information for the “Local Leads” -- the Space Apps volunteers from your location who will be organizing virtual gatherings for your location and providing support to participants both prior to and during the hackathon. (The Universal Event also has a Local Lead.) Please feel free to contact Chapter Lead - Anwar Jamal at Toughjamy@yahoo.com

  • Pick a Challenge: The challenges are now available! Browse the options and decide which one you want to solve! Recommended data for each challenge can be found by clicking the "Resources" tab. We encourage you to invite your friends along! Typical Space Apps teams have 2-6 participants (the limit is 6 members per team). Space Apps is all about collaboration and the most successful teams are often ones with a diverse set of skills and expertise -- coding, storytelling, creativity, data, science, engineering, technology, and more.

  • Judging and Awards: Space Apps is all about collaboration and problem solving. However, we do offer awards to the most promising projects. More information about Judging and awards can be found in the Space Apps 2020 Judging and Awards Guide. For Ghazipur Space Apps Challenge the judges will include primarily but not limited to Mohd Anwar Jamal Faiz, Industry professionals, IEEE Members, OWASP Leaders, faculty from AMU Aligarh, PhDs and practitioners of STEM in India.

Learn more! Do you want to know more about the challenges, chat rooms, project submission, and awards and other important information? Please consult the Participant FAQ and other guides on the Space Apps resources page and on your user dashboard.

Thank you! We’re looking forward to a fun-filled Space Apps weekend!

Registration, Sponsorships and Judging

Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh is inviting teams to register for the contest.

We also welcome sponsorships to join in the event!

Local prize winners shall be judged on the basis of idea, completeness, novelty, presentation and use of NASA available APIs and resources.

For any issues, please contact NASA Space Apps Lead - Mohd Anwar Jamal Faiz (+91-8888327658) Toughjamy@yahoo.com

SCHEDULE (ALL TIMES ASIA/KOLKATA)

Sunday, September 26th
  1. Introduction to Space Apps Challenge 2021

NASA Space Apps Challenge - Ghazipur, UP India

 Space Apps 2021 will take place OCTOBER 2–3, 2021. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and in the interest of our global community’s health and safety, this year’s hackathon will be an all-virtual event. In other words, all local events will be moved online. Our theme for this year’s event -- "Take Action" -- is a critical reminder that you can make a difference, even from the comfort and safety of home. We have brought NASA SpaceApps Challenge to Ghazipur, UP, India this year. There is lots of talent in the Tier 2 cities of India, and the Chapter Leader and Organiser Anwar Jamal aims to motivate the youth and students of this region and bring them to compete globally!

YOU

can participate in the largest

space & science hackathon 

in the solar system!

Since its inception in 2012, NASA’s International Space Apps Challenge has become the world’s largest global hackathon, engaging thousands of citizens across the globe to use NASA’s open data to build innovative solutions to challenges we face on Earth and in space.

Space Apps is managed by the Earth Science Division, Science Mission Directorate, at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC. It is organized in collaboration with Booz Allen Hamilton, Mindgrub, SecondMuse, and the NASA Open Innovation Applied Sciences Program.

What is NASA Space Apps Challenge

 

HELLO, SPACE APPS COMMUNITY!

Space Apps 2021 will be coming to you on October 2-3, 2021. We’re excited to embark with you on this journey!

This page contains information relevant to ALL participants - no matter which location you’re registered for. To see the particular details for your local virtual event, please select the “Event Info” tab above. That page is important because your location may be hosting special events, offering local awards, or providing additional opportunities that are not reflected on this page or in our other materials. So, make sure you’re up-to-date!

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS

In the interest of our global community’s continued health and safety, this year’s hackathon will be an all-virtual event. Thus, all local events will be moved online. While we hope to have in-person events in the future, we hope that this virtual environment provides new opportunities to collaborate across time and space!

Check out Our Resources

  • To celebrate our tenth annual event, our theme for Space Apps 2021 is the “The Power of Ten.” Click here to read more about the history of Space Apps and how we are celebrating this important milestone.
  • As you begin your Space Apps journey, the best resource for you to read is the 2021 Participant FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).
  • Before the hackathon begins, detailed guides (on chat, team formation, project submission, and judging and awards) will be posted on the Space Apps resources page and on your user dashboard under "Materials.”

Register for a Location

  • You will not be able to participate in the hackathon until you have registered for a location. Please click the "Register Now" button on this page to register for this location or to create a Space Apps account (if you do not already have one).
  • If there is a location for your city or for a city near you, please register for that location. (Locations will be added through early September, so please check back for your location.)
  • If you do not see a local event for your city, please join the Universal Event. It is for everyone who is not affiliated with a location. You will be able to meet other people joining the Universal Event and form teams! (If a location near you is added at a later date, you may change your location.)
  • You can change your location at any time in your user dashboard, once you have created an account. Select "Change Location."
  • Registration will be open through the end of the hackathon. However, we encourage you to create an account and register for a location far in advance to ensure that you get plugged into the local community and that you can take full advantage that will open before the hackathon begins, such as chat and team formation.

Contact your Local Lead

Each location page contains contact information for the “Local Leads” -- the Space Apps volunteers from your location who will be organizing virtual gatherings for your location and providing support to participants both prior to and during the hackathon. The Universal Event also has a Local Lead. Don’t hesitate to reach out to them if you have questions!

Save the Dates

The hackathon will begin Saturday, October 2 at 9:00 AM (local time) and end on Sunday, October 3 at 11:59 PM (local time). But there are other important milestones before then, such as the release of challenges and virtual bootcamp videos, as well as the opening of chat and team formation. See the Participant FAQ for all of the important dates.

Recruit Friends

We encourage you to invite your friends along! Typical Space Apps teams have 2-6 participants (the limit is 6 members per team). Space Apps is all about collaboration and the most successful teams are often ones with a diverse set of skills and expertise -- coding, storytelling, creativity, data, science, engineering, technology, and more.

Connect with the Community

Follow Space Apps on TwitterInstagramFacebook, and YouTube to receive the latest announcements.

Have additional questions?

If you are unable to find answers to your questions in our resources or from your Local Lead, please email us as info@spaceappschallenge.org. We will update this page as additional information and features are available.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO A FANTASTIC HACKATHON. THANK YOU FOR BEING A PART OF THE SPACE APPS GLOBAL COMMUNITY!