Painless Project Management with FogBugz

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Apress, Nov 7, 2006 - Computers - 208 pages

Many programs purport to help a development team manage a project but most of them aren’t very good. Enter FogBugz. This dynamic tool is based on keeping track of a database of cases. At any given time, cases are assigned to one person, who must resolve or forward them to someone else. With FogBugz, cases can be prioritized, documented, sorted, discussed, edited, assigned, estimated, searched, and tracked.

And because FogBugz is web-based, everyone on a development team has access to the whole picture, at any given moment. That picture may include everything from customer feature requests, to high-level design discussions, to tiny bug fix details. This book (written under the guidance of the entire FogBugz team) completely describes the ins and outs of the latest version of FogBugz.

 

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Contents

Managing Cases
17
Making FogBugz Work for You
53
Getting the Big Picture
81
Communicating
109
Figure 57 Configuring automatic replies
116
Working with
145
Setting Up FogBugz
161
Using BugzScout
173
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Mike Gunderloy is a software consultant, writer, and trainer. He has written more than 30 books, including bestseller Coder to Developer: Tools and Strategies for Delivering Your Software.

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