Here are some amazing random cool stuff that I found on the internet this week - just click and enjoy!
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1. Software Tools:
Koding provides an interface for developers and team managers to streamline dev workflows in the cloud without slowing down freedom and creativity. Spend less time configuring and more time building. Software development in an online environment with lots of social activity. It’s StackExchange + Facebook + Cloud9 + Virtual Machines + a few other things. It’s a great idea and worth a try.
CherryTree is unlike most note-taking apps in that it’s more of a personal wiki. However, since pages can be nested under each other in a hierarchy, it’s more than good enough for taking notes. What makes it a wiki? You can insert links to any other page throughout the notebook. CherryTree is very fast, making it one of the best lightweight note-taking apps.
3. Design Tools:
InVision Where product design meets user experience design... and falls in love. Whether you need to quickly share a single mockup or demo a complex mobile app, InVision gives you the tools to show off your designs like never before. RAPID PROTOTYPING THAT TAKES YOUR DESIGN CONVERSATION TO A NEW...
4. File Sharing:
Dropsend is an application to share large files up to 4GB, ideal for sending JPGs, PDFs and MP3s in a fast, simple and secure way. There's no software to install, and you're able to back up all your files in the cloud and store important information so you can access it anywhere. Just type in an email address, browse for a file and click Send, with the option to send more than one file at a time. The recipient simply clicks the link in the email (without the need to register for a Dropsend account), and when you send a file, it's recorded in your Sent Folder to keep track of what you've sent.
5. Project Management:
Best for Small to enterprise-scale organizations managing multiple projects and aiming for higher productivity, ActiveCollab promises to bring all your work in one nifty place. Use the software to manage tasks, juggle between projects, tag a shared calendar, participate in collaborative writing/note-taking, track time, and even manage financial transactions such as invoices and payments.
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Project Close Checklist
You finally delivered the project and had the go live drinks. The team is now breaking up but there are a few things the project manager needs to do to make sure the project is closed and wrapped up. These are grouped into:
For articles articles on projects, you can read more here.
You may also find some of the tools and templates that I have used to deliver projects for startups here, including the most popular item in the store, a project quote tool that helps you build a fully costed project commercial model. You can find it here.