Technical Complexities 2/3 – by Young Fogelström:
My insights into the second of three specific areas that often present hurdles, impacting fundamental aspects of software projects such as requirements, estimates, testability, software architecture, and project organization.
Time, Calendars, and Events:
Integrating time and event management in a system requires an understanding of time operations and future scheduling dynamics. Complexity arises when addressing the need for synchronization across users, departments, geographic areas, and adapting plans to unforeseen events across different time zones.
Authorization, Roles, and Access Rights
In combination with the first area; ”Authorization, Roles, and Access Rights” the combined complexity often increases nonlinear.
Strategies to enhance success include establishing ”principles” for time management, sync strategies, planning, notifications, and their changes. Ensuring that time-triggered events are recorded in one place, alongside the parameters that triggered them, enhancing troubleshooting and makes automated verification possible which is key.
/ Young Fogelström– Strategic Delivery Manager at Softhouse