Darryl G. Wright reviews Fog Creek Copilot: “It does exactly what it says it does - with gusto!”
Coolest-Gadgets.com: “I’ve used remote support software before but it’s usually hassle getting it through your average NAT router. The copilot service just worked when I tried it, and you get a 2 minute free trial to check it out.”
I'll be giving a keynote address at EclipseCon 2006 next March in Santa Clara.
We're starting to do a lot more Ajax development here. The first Ajax book is out (in ebook form while the printers work on the dead-trees edition.) It's called Foundations of Ajax, by Ryan Asleson and Nathaniel T. Schutta. Ajax applications are “highly dynamic web applications that are nearly as feature-rich as their thick client brethren. Using Ajax techniques, we can provide our customers the rich user experience they have come to expect while still enjoying the ease of deployment that we’ve come to expect.” All those cool features in GMail, Google Maps, Flickr, and Oddpost that make them feel much more responsive than typical web applications are thanks to Ajax techniques.
You’re reading Joel on Software, stuffed with years and years of completely raving mad articles about software development, managing software teams, designing user interfaces, running successful software companies, and rubber duckies.
I’m Joel Spolsky, co-founder of Fog Creek Software, a New York company that proves that you can treat programmers well and still be highly profitable. Programmers get private offices, free lunch, and work 40 hours a week. Customers only pay for software if they’re delighted. We make Trello, easy web-based collaboration software, FogBugz, an enlightened bug tracking and software development tool, and Kiln, a distributed source control system that will blow your socks off. I’m also the co-founder and CEO of Stack Exchange. More about me.