Every time I tried to start an Android emulator, the window appear briefly,
then disappear, and I'd get the error, "emulator window was out of view and was
recentered". The solution is to edit
emulator-user.ini in the
$HOME/.android/avd/<image name>, by
default, on linux. Set window.x and window.y to 0.
The solution is on stackoverflow, but Google couldn't find it.
Update 10/05/2012: I've found this solution to work inconsistently. A better solution under xmonad is to set up a ManageHook to match the emulator window and move it to the floating layer:
myManageHook = composeAll [ className =? "emulator-arm" --> doFloat ]
The solution I came up with uses VirtualBox, a Windows 7 image, Google Drive for Windows, a tool from Microsoft called SyncToy, and the Windows task scheduler.
Based on my previous Force.com app for managing Salesforce Cases on a Kanban board, I've built Kanban for Salesforce, a project management tool on the Force.com platform. It uses a custom object for cards so it's not tied to an existing Salesforce native object. Cards can be organizated into sprints.
The state is that great fiction by which everyone tries to live at the expense of everyone else. - Frederic Bastiat