There are few fields as well funded and simultaneously dysfunctional as software, and the opportunity for experimentation is huge. Every software project is unique, in terms of teams, business objectives, and so on. The system that builds, delivers, and manages software is as complex and unpredictable as any other. As we explore in this Advisor, if real complexity can be managed better by exposing the builders to complexity theory, then we can have noteworthy results.
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