It’s a few weeks away from Work Time Studio’s release date. I’m setting the target release date for Nov 1st, 2009, and think we have a good chance of making that date. Our main focus now is the website, and we’ve just finished integrating WordPress to this site. Over 99% of the development is finished for the product. The remaining work to get Work Time Studio to market is now finishing up the documentation (chm file) and the website.
For the most part, this blog will provide tips to get the most use from Work Time Studio. I’ll occasionally diverge and write articles for C++ development programming. In this nature I’ll be wanting to take the opportunity to write about some of the free software libraries which are used in Work Time Studio. Also, I plan to post some surveys which will help with the development and marketing of Work Time Studio.
I’m considering using the default user registration for this blog, which will require submitting your email address, and choosing a username. In time, I may elect for some less restrictive acess.
I’ll be posting periodically throughout the month, to update with you on the progress of Work Time Studio, and for any changes related to the release date. For now, check out the screen shots.
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