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Moon River Software

Goals for 2007

Just before last year, I set forth my Goals for 2006. I haven't yet formally done that for 2007, but I'm only about a month late so lets get to it. I think we need to start off by taking a look back at the goals for 2006 and see how I did.

Joel on Software readers up in arms - A view from the other side of the fence

I think I'll start off with one very important piece of information, because some people have obviously got the wrong idea and like a disease from a bad zombie movie, they're spreading it. "For the record, I don't have, nor have I ever had access to FogBugz source code."

Milestones First Advertising Campaign

If you feel like you're in complete control during the entire product launch, then chances are that you could be wildly more successful and you aren't being aggressive enough. Don't mistake this as an invitation to throw caution to the wind. Personally, I think it's a very bad idea to take an initial product launch and try hyping it to everyone on the planet at the same time because version 1.0 generally sucks. What will happen is that you tell everyone about your product, it ends up posted on s

Setting Goals for 2006

The past week and a half, I've had a chance to reflect a bit on what's gone right this year, and what hasn't. Most people do this at this time of year because they have all decided that after feasting like a pig at various celebrations, they need to lose some weight. Others decide to try and kick bad habits that will simply come back in 4 weeks to haunt them like a mortgage payment. ("Hello there.... PAY ME!") I decided to put this time of reflection to good use and made a schedule that I'd l

Milestones version 1.0.0 Postmortem

Well, it was a long hard road, but Moon River Milestones is finally out the door. It's less than a week after the launch, and while I accomplished a huge amount of work, there's still a lot left to do. I use Milestones mainly for my own project management, both in the business, in my personal life, and while doing project estimates. It's really nice to use it for everything to help keep me organized. On the other hand, it's a bit disheartening to see how much work there is left to do. For exa



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