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Author Topic: fogBugz (bug tracking)by the people who write joelonsoftware. What do you think?  (Read 3012 times)


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It's actually not only bug tracking but project management (watch the video, it's really cool). THe nice thing is that it gives predictions on when a feature will be ready according to how much each developer's time estimation skills suck.

It's free for Starups (up to 2 users) (!). It can be very nice for those here working on medium- and up- sized projects.

here's a review:

People seem to be loving it.



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Humm, I'm not too fond of Spolsky's blogs, he's too full of himself... and I'm not too fond of people writing their own "programming languages" for a specific thing like this.

But it's not like I know any other software in the category :)
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