I'm conscious that a list of some technologies and methodologies on a CV is uninformative and potentially misleading so would like to condense the actual verbatim work from my company's JIRA into a chronological list (anonymised and purged of sensitive information, of course).
The best record I've found for this (and best chance of doing it chronologically, which would be much more manageable and honest) is to visit profile -> activity stream, which requires constant clicking 'more' and is full of meaningless data ("user fixed a typo in title").
The next is to go through all the tickets one by one which is practically unfeasible.
It sounds excessive but a "master list" of (anonymised, cleaned) work would then be easier to tailor to an individual employer, and accurately reflect my experience. For instance:
- migrated Java 1.7 monolith into Java 1.8 microservices
- trained new intern
- rewrote tests in scala
- made coffee machine self-aware
- asked to work on Golang greenfield project, primarily involved in creating new test framework
- renewed our magazine subscription
What is the best way to do this with JIRA?
EDIT to be clear I am not going to present any potential employer with a ten year magnum opus. I want to have the extensive history for myself which I will then shorten and summarise later. Some of my best work will have been boring or difficult (despite showing initiative or hard work) and therefore not very memorable, so doing it all from memory is not helpful for me.