Time.onrails.org, the simplest and most efficient time tracking application out there, just got better!
Speed: We moved it to a new server. The application is now really responsive!
More Projects: We also took the opportunity to extend the number of projects you can manage from 4 to 12 projects and sections from 12 to 52.
Sorting and Filtering: Added new functionality like project reordering and filtering.
Project Sharing: You can now share a read-only view of your projects for your customers or coworkers.
So, no time to loose, go try it out and let us know what you think.
No we are not turning into a job board or “placement” company. We are just lucky to work with some pretty brilliant people on some pretty cool Rails project that are taking off. So, one of my customers is looking for a UI and Flash Designer. You can find more info regarding the position here (http://voisen.org/archives/2006/08/28/hiring-ui-and-flash-designer/). You can also find some background and insight on this project here (http://voisen.org/archives/2006/08/28/maestro-documenting-a-web-20-startup/) and here (http://voisen.org/archives/2006/07/19/summer-of-rails/). In brief, it’s a pretty cool eLearning project that will really shine through it’s content that will be amplified by a discreet and powerful web presence. All that driven and based on Ruby on Rails.
So if you are exceptional UI designer send your resume and portfolio to sean (- at -) eluminate (- dot -) net.