Kshipra Singh writes "A new book on dotProject, the popular open-source project management system, has been published by Packt Publishing. Written by Lee Jordan, Project Management with dotProject is a fast-paced, practical guide to getting things done with dotProject.
Originally commenced in 2000 by dotmarketing.org, dotProject was developed as a state of the art Project Management tool from the start. The original theme flagged dotProject as an open source alternative to Microsoft products and other expensive, commercial applications.
dotProject is maintained by committed volunteers with the goal of providing a project management environment with a sensible user interface free to everyone. dotProject is web-based, multi-user, multi-language-enabled software that enables you to create, track, and maintain any kind of project.
Project Management with dotProject is written as a beginner’s book and deals with the basics of implementing and configuring dotProject. It is a simple guide to setting up an internal project management solution as quickly as possible, and at zero cost. All the examples in this book are fully practical and will help users to get things done with dotProject. To make sure that users create a site that fits in with their corporate identity, the book covers customizing dotProject to personalize the look for different pages.
The book is designed for an individual or a group of people who are looking for an efficient and flexible project management tool. They may be users with technical knowledge such as system administrators or IT professionals, or users with basic computer and internet skills who want a project management tool that they can learn easily without having to learn HTML or a programming language.
For more information about Project Management with dotProject, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/dotProject/book"