Working as a web developer involves accurate time tracking techniques. Working as a web developer also involves rejecting obsolete mediums such as pen and paper. I can always fire up Brackets and write some code.
This is my latest project, writing a timesheet manager software for the company I’m working for. It took me less than a day to generate a nice, printable timesheet table (multiple rows, nested cells,
colspan and so on) and a couple of hours to code the database interaction.
While the project is still in development mode on a local server, I am considering making it public, either as a downloadable package or as a SAAS. roo! is the most likely approach as it’s already established and deals with project management.
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