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re: Do you use time-tracking for work or for your personal time? VIEW POST

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my latest project, I estimated it that it will need around two years of dev efford and since we are only two devs on the project :P maybe i'll use time tracking to see whether i needed to buy a lottery or not.

I mean ok, if you are self employed and you feel you need to charge by the hour...its fine. But if you working at a company efford should not be calculated in units of time, but in units of efford (the only thing I agree with the agile idea).

I find the idea of counting time ridiculous.

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