Limitations of PM Software

No one can doubt that project management software is a great tool to help PMs save a significant amount of time. However, “the tremendous power of project management software can lull young project manager into a false sense of security” (Heerkens, 2002, p 138). As every other software, applications like MS Project are just tools; […]


dotProject Training & Manual

Update The dotproject manual is available. In an effort to add to the professionalism and acceptance of dotProject, it is about to have pair of major contributions on the map: dotProject Training and the dotProject Manual Next week, I will be traveling to one of our major US customers to handle a 2.5 day training […]


dotProject Permissions 201

You have probably reached this page looking for dotproject support. These instructions might still apply but I make no promises. Our efforts have moved onto the fork called “web2project.” which is dotproject refactored from the ground up specifically for performance, stability, and extensibility. After many recent threads about permissions “errors” in the dotProject forums, I've […]


Web Vulnerabilities

Last week, Chris Shiflett pointed wrote about some of the problems and risks involved in Reporting Vulnerabilities. I'll ask a followup question… is it really worth the price? For example, when I was in college, there was an application which allowed the faculty and administration to log in, review student's schedules and see their picture. […]