Posted by: Brian de Alwis | January 21, 2011

About Kizby

As some of you may be aware, my company (Manumitting Technologies) recently released our first product called Kizby. Kizby is a project and task planning tool that moves beyond todo list and task managers to bring the power of large project planning tools to individuals. We offer a free no-risk 30-day trial. You can find more at its website

Kizby is built using a number of new open-source components like Eclipse e4 and Tycho, and I’ve become quite involved in some of them. Since the release, I’ve had a few queries about these components. I’ll address some of the questions in the next couple of articles.



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