Time Cockpit Blog

At OOP 2015 conference, I will do a session about ALM in the cloud. As always I try to show mostly practical samples instead of boring slides. In this blog post I summarize the talk and reference important resources that I will mention.

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We are Growing

Rainer Stropek Tuesday, January 27, 2015 by Rainer Stropek

2014 has been a successful year for our company. We could raise our revenue to a new all-time record, enlarge our team, and formalize our long-lasting partnership with our friends at softaware.

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Our company has been a Microsoft partner for many years. Each January, we have to renew our certifications. This year we managed to get two competencies.

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In my GitHub Samples repository I share all my newer samples and slide decks for trainings and workshops. In the last days I added new samples on Windows Installer XML (WiX) and updated Readme so the samples are easier to understand.

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Bug in Signal Lanes

Rainer Stropek Thursday, January 8, 2015 by Rainer Stropek

Unfortunately, we found a very unpleasant bug in time cockpit this week: in January 2015, the signal lanes are not shown. The signal details on the right side are displayed correctly but the lanes next to the time sheet entries are missing. We have already created a fix that is available for download.

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We did Scrum years ago for the initial development of time cockpit. Granted, there were times where we managed to do Scrum nearly by the book but sometimes we got a bit lazy. Nevertheless, it worked perfectly fine for us. Today, we don’t do Scrum anymore. In this blog article I want to describe why we turned away from it and how we manage our development process today.

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Last month we proudly launched the first public preview of the upcoming HTML5 client for time cockpit. When we started developing the new platform many months ago, we also decided that we had to rethink our entire build and operation processes. In this blog article I invite you to take a look behind the scenes of time cockpit web development. Additionally, I want to summarize our lessons learned.

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Today is an exciting day for the entire time cockpit team. We are opening up a first public preview of our brand new HTML5 client for time cockpit. Try it, play with it, and tell us what you think. Please be aware that it is an early preview and not production-ready. There will be errors, you will miss important features, we continue to work hard on it. However, we hope that the preview will already provide value to some of you and that you will share your thoughts with us.

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At IT-Visions' .NET InfoDay 2015 in Graz, my friend Roman Schacherl and I will do a session about new features in C# 6. In this blog article I summarize the content of the talk and make the sample available for download.

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Time cockpit got a new log file format which makes troubleshooting much easier. Additionally, we extended our implementation of script source lists to get enable optimizations in time cockpit's web client.

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