Time Cockpit Blog

In the September version of time cockpit we have improved the importer for Excel and CSV files. It now supports compound keys. See a video demonstrating the new functionality.

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On the first sight, time tracking is a seemingly trival process. Start time, end time, describe what you did - that's it, isn't it? As teams grow, accompanying processes for confirmation and approval become more and more important. Read about what the best in class companies are doing.

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We find it important to continuously improve time cockpit's performance. This has to go side by side with new features. In August, we focused on possible improvements in our database access layer. You will see first results in the September release and even more in the next one scheduled for October. Read more about what we changed.

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It feels like yesterday when we moved into our first single-room office in the Techcenter Linz a few years ago. Meanwhile our team has grown rapidly. Therefore, some month ago we decided it was time to change. No sooner said than done: We decided to look for a new home for the time cockpit team.

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Agile principles have become quite popular in software development. The approach has proven to be successful many times. Frameworks for agile development like Scrum are not at all limited to software development. Still, the agile approach can rarely be found outside of this domain. We think, that’s a pity.

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A common scenario in time cockpit is assigning different permissions to team leaders and team members. Team leaders should see all time sheet records of all members whereas team members should only see their own records. In this blog post you learn how you can set up this logic in time cockpit within a few minutes.

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Did you ever ask yourself how you are doing in terms of time tracking compared to other people? This test unveils your time tracking fitness level. Try it. It's fun and you might get ideas how you could enhance your existing time tracking practice.

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AngularJS has become a very popular web development framework. Now that Telerik made Kendo UI open source, this framework is a possible alternative for many web developers. Learn about the differences and similarities.

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I have already posted an end-to-end sample showing Visual Studio "Monaco" with TypeScript and AngularJS in the past. For an event in Graz (Austria) I created an additional sample showing how to use Git, Grunt, and Jasmine unit testing with "Monaco".

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OData is based on REST but adds necessary standards for fully fledged data APIs. Metadata, URI-based query language, standardized data representation formats (JSON and XML), OData has it all. This is an introduction to OData. If you have never used OData and you wonder whether it is relevant for you, this talk could be interesting for you.

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