Virtual Time-Management Coach
This is a desktop program that helps the user keep track of time, goals, and distractions. Similar to "Rescuetime", or other personal/employee time tracking software, but communicates to the user directly via System Tray "balloon tips".
The program will generate weekly reports based on program usage statistics.
"This week's most-used program is ______. You spent __ hours in this program."
"The longest un-interrupted duration at the computer was __ hours. It was in a program called ______."
These reports will be enhanced by various server-based features. In the current version, the extent of this will be in generating "productivity ratings". Users rate their own programs (in terms of productive value, on a scale from 1 to 5), and may also see average ratings from other users.
The program will also have a real-time obtrusive monitoring function, wherein it creates balloon-tip reminders to help users stay on task.
"You already spent __ hours in [program rated low] today. Maybe you should open [program rated high]."
"You checked your email __ times today. Maybe that's enough!"
The program should also allow the user to easily schedule tasks and reminders based on the actual operating system clock, again generating balloon-tip reminders at key moments in the day.
The program should be written either in C++ or C#. The server-side stuff should be done as simply as possible.
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I am an expert in Application Running Time Management Domain and can code it in C#, So I can do this for you with Quality and Performance. I have 9 years of experience in .Net and this project suits me very well. I Plus
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