Re: [scrumdevelopment] Agile/Scrum/Lean for hardware
- Kurt Häusler wrote:
>Clicking on the compile button and waiting seconds I meant of course...
> exemplars of the current design state are very cheap to produce,
> (clicking on the compile button and waiting a few weeks vs sending
> plans off to the workshop and waiting
- Hi - Joe - I don't have any direct experience in this myself. However responding to questions from my brother in law and a friend I did a survey in December: http://www.notesfromatooluser.com/2008/12/agile-for-hardware-and-embedded-systems.html
From what I can see the hardware side approaches the limits of anyones current experience.
If you have an interesting Lean/Agile Embedded/Hardware stories - I might know of a place or two that would be interested in an article.
MarkOn Sun, May 31, 2009 at 9:43 PM, Joseph Little <jhlittle@...> wrote:
I have a client that is concerned about how applicable Agile is for hardware. Do you have experience?
Please also cross-post any replies to here: AgileBusiness@yahoogroups.com
I won't reveal yet exactly what kind of hardware. It is hardware the includes firmware and software before delivery as a product.
My client is particularly looking for people who have done this, their experiences, and what worked and maybe did not work from Agile/Scrum/Lean. Color them reasonable skeptics.
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