If you write code and haven’t been using ChatGPT then you’re really missing out. It can do so much that it’s like having a junior developer right there next to you. Drop your JIRA ticket right into ChatGPT and code comes out! And don’t forget — if you were going to Google it, ChatGPT it first!
In this post I’ll show you how to create your own smart email responder using the GPT-3 API.
If you’re not familiar, GPT-3 is a huge model trained for the purpose of generating text. It was trained by OpenAI and is available for (paid) public access at https://beta.openai.com/.
I am working on doing some automation with JIRA, through my Atlassian Cloud (previously OnDemand) instance. My goal is to create a .NET application in C# that can interact with JIRA and automate things as well as provide specific bits of information. I thought I was going crazy because I just could not get it to work. No matter what I did, or what I tried, I kept getting a 401 (Unauthorized) response when connecting to the API. And more specifically, this is what part of the response from the API looked like: I was using the library RestSharp and…