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Re: Nice post on hardware mindset Thanks, nice indeed. It is hard for HW developers to break out of their mindset thoughà harder than the actual technical challenge. I was recently working
Bas Vodde
Feb 26
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Nice post on hardware mindset Hi - Robin Dymond just made a great blog post on "The Agile Hardware Design Mindset" here http://www.innovel.net/?page_id=13 - njv --
Nancy Van Schooenderwoert
Feb 26
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Re: An online class on TDD for Embedded Development Hi Mark, just one question I forgot to ask in the survey: do you have any target date/price for the course?   Regards, Fernando Hi Mark, just one question I
Fernando Mondello
Jan 30
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An online class on TDD for Embedded Development Hi. We're creating an online course on TDD for Embedded Development. We could really use your help before we can make this available to everyone. Would you
Mark Vander Voord
Jan 30
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Re: Introduction Hi Florian, Welcome to the group! Is there a practice that you're using which is working great and you'd like to share details? Is there an issue that we might
Nancy Van Schooenderwoert
Jan 27
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Introduction Hi All! Allow me to introduce myself. I am from Salzburg, Austria and currently the team-leader of the server-software R&D team at a medium-sized company. We
Florian Floimair
Jan 27
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Request to participate in a survey about agile development, win gift Dear all, After consultation with the group owner(s), I'd like to invite the members of the 'AgileEmbedded' group to participate in my study about the impact
markus_hummel@...
Jun 26, 2013
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Re: Testing QA software development Perhaps Robot is what you are looking for? http://robotframework.org/ I learned about it here:
David Good
May 15, 2013
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Re: Testing QA software development ... What aspect(s) of your work are you hoping will be easier? [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Jeanne Petrangelo
May 13, 2013
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Re: Testing QA software development ... Exactly. A bunch of SSH, serial, telnet, and other connections to the product. ... Ya, that is pretty much what I was thinking would have to happen. I
Benjamin Bergman
May 13, 2013
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Re: Testing QA software development I think I know what you're asking. So you have a Linux development environment and Linux target; the production code has an API your tests use to drive it; You
jpetrangelo1
May 13, 2013
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Re: Testing QA software development I guess I'm asking about both. Does it makes sense to replace the bash scripts and C++ applications with something based on a widely used testing framework? If
Benjamin Bergman
May 13, 2013
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Re: Testing QA software development Hi Benjamin, Are you asking about replacing your bash and C++ applications with a different testing framework, or are you asking about using a unit test
jpetrangelo1
May 13, 2013
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Re: Admin rights; IDEs Hi James, Regarding Cygwin vs Linux in a VM; when they have a Windows based cross compiler, do you tend to stick with using it in a Windows environment, or do
jpetrangelo1
May 13, 2013
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Testing QA software development I work in the test/QA department. I spend most of my time writing software used to either validate the embedded software builds as they are released or
Benjamin Bergman
May 13, 2013
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Testing in asynchronous system I've recently found out some code that I wrote and test-drove will have to be modified to work within a (horrible, poorly-documented, hand-rolled) asynchronous
Matt Wilbur
May 11, 2013
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Re: Admin rights; IDEs At my company, we have gone to all company-administered Windows machines for employees, but we insisted (and thankfully were successful) in having sufficient
Matt Wilbur
May 11, 2013
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Re: Admin rights; IDEs My experience has been the opposite. My previous employer went from locked down to admin for the engineers. The current company opened it up admin rights, at
Thad Smith
May 10, 2013
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Re: Admin rights; IDEs Hi Jeanne I see a little of that. I recommend against it when I see it. Regarding weaning off the embedded IDEs: I suggest a they do their TDD off-target.
James Grenning
May 10, 2013
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Re: Admin rights; IDEs Hi Jeanne, Unfortunately, I think it is quite common :( That said, I do see an increase use of virtual machines, over which then developers have full control
Bas Vodde
May 9, 2013
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Re: Admin rights; IDEs Where I work, we have a mix of Windows and Linux machines. When I started a couple years ago, everyone had admin access to everything, but they have recently
Benjamin Bergman
May 9, 2013
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Admin rights; IDEs I hope you'll forgive this slightly off-topic post. Does anyone see a trend for companies to not give their software engineers admin rights to their PCs? I ask
jpetrangelo1
May 9, 2013
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Re: Cucumber Josh, Yes! The sky is the limit! It's hard, but that's why we are all in this business of software development. There should be no barriers that prevent scrum
Greg Williams
Apr 4, 2013
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Re: Cucumber I've used Cucumber to describe internal REST services in a web setting. That seemed to give good value and turned out to be a reasonable way to describe JSON
Joshua Napoli
Apr 3, 2013
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Re: Cucumber Josh, Ha! Yeah, we had some difficulties getting our cukes setup to stabilize, but most of the work was really to allow us to run cukes in parallel, and also
Greg Williams
Apr 3, 2013
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Re: Cucumber Greg, Have you used Cucumber on an embedded project to capture "non user-interfacey" things? This is why I stay undecided - usually the requirements I'm given
Matt Wilbur
Apr 3, 2013
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Re: Cucumber I don't have much to add from what Greg has mentioned. We have found the combination of Cucumber and the Wire Protocol very usable as a testing tool. The
Joe Schneider
Apr 3, 2013
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Re: Cucumber Matt, Thanks for the links. In the "testing ardunio code" blog, Ian illustrated a couple of problems that I ran into. Without an active open-source embedded
Joshua Napoli
Apr 3, 2013
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Re: Cucumber I have pondered it a lot but haven't done it myself. Take a look at http://pragprog.com/magazines/2011-04/testing-arduino-code When I looked at it a while
Matt Wilbur
Apr 3, 2013
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Re: Cucumber Greg, Thanks for the pointers! I'm looking for more stories from others who have tried similar approaches. My project is written in C++ and I have played
Joshua Napoli
Apr 3, 2013
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