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By Example: Done vs. DONE

In a previous post, When Done Actually Means DONE, I shared a slide that I’ll present at Agile2011. I use it to illustrate the differences between waterfall and agile development models in the context of hardware development. After posting that, … Continue reading

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When Done Actually Means DONE

In presentations I’ve given on agile hardware development, there’s one slide I have that seems to get the point across better than any other as far as how agile development differs from the waterfall-like process a lot of hardware teams … 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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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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