Monthly Archives: August 2009

Just use a bug database!

Last time I said I’d talk a bit about my preferred tools for software project management.  Right now, I’m a huge believer in just using the bug database.  Pick a good one, a web-based one, and I can’t see any … Continue reading

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Gantt charts are a waste of space

When I first started managing a small software team, I was expected to use MS Project and its Gantt charts as the primary means of planning the team’s work.  For a while now, I’ve believed that this is a terrible … Continue reading

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