Monthly Archives: May 2011

Not A Problem… The “Fluffy Stuff” Isn’t That Important Anyway

There are 17 different stages at the Agile2011 conference in Salt Lake City that cover a wide variety of topics. Though there are obviously technical stages (it is a software conference after all), what would probably look odd to hardware … Continue reading

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Regular Delivery… It’s Part Of Being Agile

In a post a few weeks ago I talked about how regular delivery wasn’t actually the point of being agile in hardware development. While the software guys can deliver on a weekly or monthly basis, taping out an ASIC every … Continue reading

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Agile Hardware Starts As A Steel Thread

For me, a key to agile is incremental development. Most software developers reading this will probably say “duh… no kidding” but it’s a new concept to hardware folks. If you’re new to agile, incremental development is something I’ve talked about … Continue reading

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The Newbie’s Guide To AgileSoC.com

For anyone that’s new to AgileSoC.com, here’s a guide to what we have. I have all the top ranked articles here. I also have my favorites… these articles aren’t necessarily the most popular but they’re the ones that I’m happiest … Continue reading

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A Better Way To Manage Conference Proposals

UPDATE: With acceptance emails going out for Agile2012 this morning, I thought it’d be a good time to re-spin this entry from last year’s run-up to Agile2011. If you substitute 2012 for 2011 and Dallas for Salt Lake City, I … Continue reading

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Regular Delivery Isn’t Really The Point

Living the role of agile hardware development advocate has been a learning process for me. Obviously, I’ve learned a lot in terms of agile development process but that’s not all. I’ve also had a chance to speak with people seeing … Continue reading

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