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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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Remote Developers And The Feature-of-the-week

In all the discussions I’ve had regarding agile and from all the presentations I’ve seen, articles I’ve read, etc, the most valuable thing I’ve heard so far has been what I’ve been calling the feature-of-the-week. The feature-of-the-week was something I … Continue reading

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Enough Already About Collaborating With The Fab!

In the last 2+ years that I’ve dedicated to applying agile methods to hardware development, a big part of my focus has been on using agile to bring design, verification and software developers closer together. In my opinion, we have … 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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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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