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Traction User Group 2009 Product Roadmap Presentation by Chris Nuzum, CTO and Co-founder of Traction Software

Traction User Group 2009 Product Roadmap Presentation by Chris Nuzum, CTO and Co-founder of Traction Software

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  • Greg introduces patent.\n
  • Like to start off telling you about TeamPage 4.2. We have some great new features for you.\n
  • Great reception to the XML Treelinks plug-in, but it can be difficult to set up and maintain.\n
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  • Subscribe. Something happens. Get email. Reply to email. \nLogged as comment. Session on Friday.\n
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  • Great reception to the XML Treelinks plug-in, but it can be difficult to set up and maintain.\n
  • Project Table of Contents\n
  • Project Table of Contents\n
  • Project Table of Contents\n
  • Short clip showing expanding table of contents, adding a few children.\n
  • Third release, great new features. Beautiful new graphs, tell more of the story, more clearly.\nDive into data by person, project, or both. Great roadmap ahead. Session Friday.\n
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  • Real story with 4.2\n
  • Real story with 4.2\n
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  • We can do more for you in less time with better results and it will work on IE6.\n
  • New premium search partner\n
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  • We have some great new features.\n
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  • We have some great new features.\n
  • Traction incredibly powerful, great features\nCan be intimidating\nUntil now our design philosophy has been to expose all the features. Like handing you a knife with all the blades open.\n
  • Today our new philosophy is to hand you a knife with the blades closed. Literally.\nTo reach the next level, needed to make it less intimidating, easier to pick up, more convenient.\n
  • Proteus 1 is just the TIP of the iceberg\n
  • Proteus 1 is just the TIP of the iceberg\n
  • Fast — GWT.\nSimple — Tucks the blades away. Super easy to learn.\nBeautiful — Changeable interface based on CSS layout with a gallery of stylesheets\n
  • Warm cache. Query, result, transmission, browser processing and rendering.\n
  • I just want to give you a quick glimpse of some of the interfaces and features we’re building into Proteus.\n
  • I just want to give you a quick glimpse of some of the interfaces and features we’re building into Proteus.\n
  • I just want to give you a quick glimpse of some of the interfaces and features we’re building into Proteus.\n
  • I just want to give you a quick glimpse of some of the interfaces and features we’re building into Proteus.\n
  • I just want to give you a quick glimpse of some of the interfaces and features we’re building into Proteus.\n
  • I just want to give you a quick glimpse of some of the interfaces and features we’re building into Proteus.\n
  • I just want to give you a quick glimpse of some of the interfaces and features we’re building into Proteus.\n
  • I just want to give you a quick glimpse of some of the interfaces and features we’re building into Proteus.\n
  • I just want to give you a quick glimpse of some of the interfaces and features we’re building into Proteus.\n
  • I just want to give you a quick glimpse of some of the interfaces and features we’re building into Proteus.\n
  • I just want to give you a quick glimpse of some of the interfaces and features we’re building into Proteus.\n
  • PM built on top of Proteus\n
  • One of the principal motivations for Proteus was to expand and simplify the navigation to make room for a new family of Project Management features — Tasks, Milestones, Calendars and much more.\n
  • One of the principal motivations for Proteus was to expand and simplify the navigation to make room for a new family of Project Management features — Tasks, Milestones, Calendars and much more.\n
  • One of the principal motivations for Proteus was to expand and simplify the navigation to make room for a new family of Project Management features — Tasks, Milestones, Calendars and much more.\n
  • One of the principal motivations for Proteus was to expand and simplify the navigation to make room for a new family of Project Management features — Tasks, Milestones, Calendars and much more.\n
  • One of the principal motivations for Proteus was to expand and simplify the navigation to make room for a new family of Project Management features — Tasks, Milestones, Calendars and much more.\n
  • One of the principal motivations for Proteus was to expand and simplify the navigation to make room for a new family of Project Management features — Tasks, Milestones, Calendars and much more.\n
  • One of the principal motivations for Proteus was to expand and simplify the navigation to make room for a new family of Project Management features — Tasks, Milestones, Calendars and much more.\n
  • One of the principal motivations for Proteus was to expand and simplify the navigation to make room for a new family of Project Management features — Tasks, Milestones, Calendars and much more.\n
  • One of the principal motivations for Proteus was to expand and simplify the navigation to make room for a new family of Project Management features — Tasks, Milestones, Calendars and much more.\n
  • Proteus is still changing, and we’re not ready yet for you to roll it out, but developers can start to use the version that we’re running in our production server today.\n
  • Last year we started w/LiveBlog, Document Management, showed you what Proteus would look like.\nPlanned lunar space station.\n
  • We’re incredibly excited about the year ahead. Thanks to everyone at Traction. Thanks to you all for making this possible, and for joining us today. We hope you enjoy TUG 2009 and look forward to your feedback.\n
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    • 1. 7,593,954
    • 2. 4.2
    • 3. Subscriptions
    • 4. • Subscribe to articles, tags, projects, folders; follow people• Notification via email, instant message, more in the future• Reply to email notifications, replies cleaned up and posted back to Traction
    • 5. • One mailbox• Reply to notifications• Post new articles, comments, and even inline comments via email. Subject: Great Idea @Ideas Subject: Another Idea @Private @Ideas42.01• Many additional subscription options• Session Friday morning
    • 6. Tables of Contents
    • 7. Metrics 2
    • 8. MetricsE 2B U N D L D
    • 9. • Session Friday
    • 10. 4.2Today
    • 11. Real Story
    • 12. GWT SDL Java SDKTeamPage 4.2 RDB FSEnhancedArchitecture
    • 13. TeamPage RDB for Oracle• Leverages Oracle to provide easier to manage availability• Project rename and delete• 4.2 RDB Preview shipping today in 4.2 FCS. Preview license required.• Session tomorrow
    • 14. Google Web Toolkit• Fast — Just updates the parts of the page that need to change• Programmer friendly — Program in Java, compile to JavaScript. No more tears.• Cross-browser — Even IE6• Integrated with SDL — Call GWT from SDL, SDL from GWT• Already used in new 4.2 features, like Subscription Editor, Table of Contents, ACL and Group editors
    • 15. New Premium Search Partner
    • 16. • No QPS limits• No limit on TeamPage data size• Exciting new features — customizable entity extraction, sentiment analysis, standing queries
    • 17. • Easy upgrade, URLs and sections• Just the beginning — great roadmap• Session tomorrow with Daryl Gies from Attivio
    • 18. 4.2 Attivio Release Q4
    • 19. TIP 3• Optional Windows client software• Updated for current .NET framework• Table editor• Later this quarter• Demo Friday morning
    • 20. What’sNext?
    • 21. Proteus GWT SDL Java SDKTeamPage 4.2 RDB FSEnhancedArchitecture
    • 22. Proteus
    • 23. • Fast• Simple• Beautiful
    • 24. End-to-End View Times (sec) Front PageForum Newspage Forum Recent Forum Done Forum2414 0 1 2 3 4 Mexico Proteus
    • 25. Text Proteus
    • 26. Text ProjectManagement Proteus
    • 27. ProteusDeveloper ReleaseThis Month
    • 28. Demo
    • 29. Christopher Nuzum Co-Founder & CTO Traction Software, Inc.Providence, Rhode Island tractionsoftware.com
    • 30. Traction Users Group October 14, 2009 Christopher Nuzum Co-Founder & CTO Traction Software, Inc.Providence, Rhode Island tractionsoftware.com

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