FYI… AgileSoC DVCon Abstract in Progress

So the votes are in. 31 in yes column and 2 in the no column. That means I’ve got 2 days to put together an abstract for DVCon. In case you’ve missed it, the title is How UVM Makes the Case for Unit Testing. It’s based on the work that a colleague and I did unit testing UVM-1.1d with the project UVM-UTest. I’ve got the abstract posted here. If you’re interested in following along as I put it together, you can take a look over here. That’s a googledoc. I have the permissions set such that anyone can leave comments so feel free to tune in and comment as I go.

-neil

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I've been working in ASIC and FPGA development for more than 13 years at various IP and product development companies and now as a consultant with XtremeEDA Corp. In 2008 I took an interest in agile software development. I've found a massive amount of material out there related to agile development, all of it is interesting and most of it is applicable to hardware development in one form or another. So I'm here to find what agile concepts will work for hardware development and to help other developers use them successfully. I've been fortunate to have the chance to speak about agile hardware development at various conferences like Agile2011, Agile2012, Intel Lean/Agile Conference 2013 and SNUG. I also do lunch-n-learn talks for small groups and enjoy talking to anyone with an agile hardware story to tell! You can find me at neil.johnson@agilesoc.com.
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