Including Hardware Teams in Large Solution Development

  • Harry Koehnemann, Scaled Agile

Most of Agile’s history and experience come from software development including practices such as small batches, fast feedback cycles, continuous integration, modular architectures, build and test automation, test-first, and collective ownership have radically changed how software systems are built. Can these practices also be applied to systems that include hardware development?

This talk discuss strategies for applying these practices to hardware development with examples from organizations that are receiving positive results.

  • Date:Wednesday, June 10
  • Time:11:55 AM - 12:40 PM
  • Session Type:Main Conference Track
  • Learning Objective #1:Understand the challenges hardware presents to Lean-Agile development
  • Learning Objective #2:Know strategies for including hardware earlier and continuously in development
  • Learning Objective #3:Apply modular architectural patterns to make hardware easier to change
  • Talk Level:Intermediate
Harry Koehnemann
Scaled Agile