October 2, 2012 by Alex Hoekstra
It’s insufficient for me to say that I like it when things go right; I outright dislike it when things do not. In my life, that doesn’t happen much – I don’t always have a plan, but when I do, it either fits relatively well into the function of the universe, or it’s flexible enough to jive with the whatever unforeseen chaos confronts it. Still, things sometimes just don’t work the way they ought to. In cases such as those, the worst feeling in the world is that the problem is hopeless, helpless or otherwise fated to failure. In an age when we all have a voice louder and clearer than we might imagine, we are bound only by how we choose to be heard, and by who chooses to hear us. Today’s project is for the squeaky wheels and the mechanics who care enough about their machines to listen when things grind, squeak or pop. Today’s project is about tracking and exterminating bugs. I dig it, and I think you will too. Back it before October 7.
We hate reinventing the wheel, but we are also very unhappy with the current state of bug tracking apps. So we began work on BugKick.com – a very simple web-app to handle 90% of most users’s task/project management and bug tracking needs. More importantly, being visual people, we have a slightly different take than what you see today which we think you will enjoy.