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myclockwatcher.com 1.2 is released – just in time for PDC!

Nothing like a deadline to focus the mind. Our goal is to promote the new version of myclockwatcher.com this week at PDCin Los Angeles. We have worked hard to get some great new features into the latest version in time for the conference.

I arrived this morning from Washington DC to an airport in the middle of a blackout … the escalators were out but the baggage claim worked! It seemed that the city was slowly coming back to life, outlet by outlet, as the city restored power.

thycotic will be promoting the new version of myclockwatcher.com with a handout coupon of $10 and a one month trial period (no obligation – money back guarantee!). Find me or Bobto get a coupon and talk more.

Bob and I will be wandering the halls wearing red myclockwatcher.com baseball caps (picture coming) and silly buttons, stop us to talk about:

  • myclockwatcher.com
  • thycotic
  • Test Driven Development
  • Pair Programming
  • NUnit, NAnt and CruiseControl.NET
  • Two Factor Authentication
  • PayPal integration with ASP.NET

myclockwatcher.com is a time andexpense tracking system specializedfor billable professionals. Whether you are an accountant, lawyer or contract software developer – this system is for you! It is built in C# on ASP.NET with a SQL Server backend … and you guessed it, wholesome TDD throughout!

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    September 13, 2005 at 12:52 pm

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