• Subject: Re: Job Accounting
  • From: nina jones <ddi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 07 Nov 1999 18:25:48 -0600
  • Organization: Data Design Inc. http://www.datadesigninc.com

> And not only that, but a programmer is more productive when running
> multiple sessions (or at least I am), with each session "active" in
> the sense that they are not just sitting at a menu.  So they would
> appear to have long think time waits, when in reality I could be busy
> pounding the keyboard in another session.
> I'd hate to be limited to one session just so someone could monitor
> keystroke activity, especially since I vastly prefer to use a PC-based
> editor instead of SEU.  That wouldn't show up in the statistics very
> well either...

well, you'd think you'd get a feel on whether the programmer was working
by the results turned out.  if they're not doing the job, it's time to
send them packing.

i knew someone once that bragged how he'd work an hour from home and
bill for 4.  well, his client got wind of the boasting, and they started
monitering his time. and they've never trusted off site contracters

but how do you monitor time not on the computer, spent planning,
debugging, etc?  i don't know that you can.

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