Software Development - Slightly off topic

Discussion in 'Perl' started by Paul Kraus, Aug 6, 2003.

  1. Paul Kraus

    Paul Kraus Guest

    I am the network administrator for my company. I handle all admin tasks on
    5 servers as well as software development and project management. I find
    that the one tool I am lacking is something that will let me manage my
    tasks, keep notes, progress time lines, as well see other projects. I
    looked at microsoft project but its like a word document you can only see
    the project that you open. Any one have some suggestions on software that
    will help me manage software development projects made even my source code
    changes but that would not be compeltely nessary. Thanks.

    Paul Kraus
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    Paul Kraus, Aug 6, 2003
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    SRam Guest

    Paul Kraus <> wrote in message news:<>...
    > I am the network administrator for my company. I handle all admin tasks on
    > 5 servers as well as software development and project management. I find
    > that the one tool I am lacking is something that will let me manage my
    > tasks, keep notes, progress time lines, as well see other projects. I
    > looked at microsoft project but its like a word document you can only see
    > the project that you open. Any one have some suggestions on software that
    > will help me manage software development projects made even my source code
    > changes but that would not be compeltely nessary. Thanks.
    >
    > Paul Kraus


    Managing dual tasks is not a complex issue. If you have good
    programming skills you will stick to programming very often or your
    mind will go around debugging & fixing bugs. Cultivate the habit of
    writing simple code's then you will do well in both tasks
     
    SRam, Aug 14, 2003
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