Skeletons in the closet – are there things that should have been done differently on your Power Platform projects?

By | September 29, 2021

The month of October is upon us, and, with that, there are all the pumpkins, costumes, decorations, and all the other Halloween stuff.

So, then, why don’t we talk about the skeletons we have either found, or, possibly, left in the virtual closets of all those Dynamics/PowerPlatform projects we have worked on? While doing this, we might also talk about why we should have done certain things differently, and how that might have improved the outcomes.

Pretty sure that could turn into an interesting series, but, of course, each of us, alone, would only have that many skeletons – you would not be working on the projects just to create those, right?

Although, who am I to say… Just a few months ago I was chatting to someone who mentioned they were working on the solution I had been working on 6 or 7 years earlier. And that scared me – I could hardly stop myself from asking how many problems did they find in my implementation? Since I knew there were some.

In either case, everyone is invited. Share your story in your blog, and I’ll put a link here. If you don’t have a blog, send me a message on linkedin (https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandershlega/), and I’ll post it in my blog. Or do a youtube video. Or reach out to the community somehow else and let me know.

Those should be real-life stories, though!

Just like with every Halloween trick, there will be a treat. At the end of October, I’ll write a blog post featuring the best stories. I mean, it’s you who will be featured there! Unless you choose to stay anonymous, of course:)

Also, the best stories will be featured in the ItAintBoring PowerPlatform Chat session on October 26. You are welcome to co-present if you’d like, or I can just present them with your permission.  If you want to hear the stories, or if you want to co-present, don’t forget to register:

https://www.linkedin.com/events/skeletonsinthecloset-whenthings6849130439559516160/

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