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I heard once there was a software that could log your activity (form a developer point of view) like:

  • How many key did you press
  • How many hours you moved the mouse
  • Log viewer online

This software had cloud saving so you could install and use on all your pc/notebook.

It would be cool if by 5 years I could know how many lines of code/text I have wrote or how many time I have worked

Please note I don't want a keylogger (I just want to know my activity over time)


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Are you after a software recommendation? – Dave Dec 17 '12 at 10:59

I guess you are looking for something like

WhatPulse description:

Imagine you have 2 locations you have WhatPulse running on. At your job and at home.

In this case you would have 2 profiles; 'work' and 'home' - Which are set up on your >clients accordingly. You would be able to track how much you type/click at each computer.

Your profile on the WhatPulse website will contain the detailed information of the activity >of your profiles.

Please note that you should not use a pulse profile on more than one computer, this will >result into pulse problems.

You might like Mousotron as well.

- display number of keystrokes
- display number of mouseclicks (left, right, middle and double)
- Scroll Wheel Support
- X and Y Coordinates
- view distance in Metric system or English system
- Time logging and display in several modes
- Saves distance history
- configurable display options
- Animated background (turn on/off option)
- Upload your scores online
- Support for all types of mice and keyboards
- Support for all monitor sizes
- Multiple Languages : English, French, German and lots more
- Horizontal or vertical alignment of counters
- Runs on startup
- Easy Setup
- Stay-on-Top option
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Yes something like that, but I remeber it with nice UI and online saving – dynamic Dec 17 '12 at 11:16
Mousotron has a feature of uploading your scores online. Please see updated answer. – mnmnc Dec 17 '12 at 11:20
Moustoron is the closest to my toughts. But can it save online? – dynamic Dec 17 '12 at 11:20
I've added a list of Mousotron features in the answer – mnmnc Dec 17 '12 at 11:20
I have added a software I found – dynamic Dec 17 '12 at 11:25

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