An integrated pomodoro timer for Visual Studio.
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README.markdown

VSPomodoro

This project is an integrated pomodoro timer for Visual Studio. If you are unfamiliar with the idea of a pomodoro timer, you should read up on the Pomodoro Technique. Basically it is a simple time-management practice that involves dividing your day into a series of 25-minute long, focused slices. If you are an habitual procrastinator or have difficulty managing interruptions, you should give the technique a try.

Using VSPomodoro should be fairly self-explanatory. After running the installer, a VSPomodoro item will be added to the Tools menu in Visual Studio. This menu item will open the VSPomodoro window, which contains a countdown timer and some buttons labelled Start, Stop and Reset, which do pretty much what you'd expect. The timer can be easily set to countdown from any time you want, if you prefer to follow a different routine. However there are only two digits each availble for minutes and seconds, so you're out of luck if you divide your time into chunks larger than 99'99".