Yesterday I talked about an Eclipse plugin to use with Pomodoro Technique created by me just to have a broadcast communication for dev team with information about your Pomodoro.
Today I spent one hour more to “complete” the first version of this plugin, that is now completely usable for your time management.
It is really simple, composed by just two View. Team Status view: a table with your team pomodoro information; CountDown Timer: view where you can manage you Pomodoro; start, pause and — (Read more)
Different times these months I had problem reading feeds article from a native iPhone application (I’m actually using MobileRSS both on iPhone and iPad). I could download all my feeds but when I accessed them I could just see photos but no text inside.
Yesterday I discovered a quick fix for this problem, that I noticed occurred any time I change the google account password.
To restore your preferred feeds reader you have just to delete your google account from it, and then re-add it again.
In this way — (Read more)
After I exaplained to my actual working team how they can be more productive using the Pomodoro Technique, they spent some minutes looking for an utility to use a countdown clock.
Yes guys, we are Geek! Even if we can use anything else as timer, we always look for something cool to install on our PC
Someone ask me if there was anything for team work: a way to show the Pomodoro timer of the others in your team to know when you could talk with them. And, after minutes of search on the net without results, I — (Read more)
Some weeks ago I found PC Monitor
application, a new cool way to control your Linux and windows computer.
Looking on the product website you can find for server program for Linux and windows (both 32bit and 64bit OS) and clients programs for Android, Windows Phone and iOS devices.
I tested for some days the Linux server version, that is really easy to install, configure and start. it’s a java program so just the JDK is required and then you have a service file to start the server up.
On the client (iOS in my tests) you have many real time — (Read more)