Tag ‘scrum’

Hardware Scrum Sprint Demo Examples

tirs aug 30, 2011

If you read about Scrum from the software world, you learn how important it is to make the sprint demo as close as possible to the real product in a realistic user scenario. Some obsess over it to a point, where this becomes a problem for adapting Scrum to hardware development. I want to change that – a demo need NOT be the working product, in order to be valuable and useful.

This post previously appeared on the AgileSOC blog by @nosnhojn – so please go there to join the discussions.


Top 8 People and Resources for Agile Hardware Development

ons aug 10, 2011

Agile methods for hardware development is gaining momentum – both Scrum and other techniques are becoming more common.

So what are the best resources and people to learn more about agile hardware development from?

The question was recently raised by @larsthorup of Zealake, sparked by a question from his talk on Elephant Carpaccio (dividing big tasks into thin slices).

I am not sure I know the right answer, but here is a list of the top 8 resources I can think of right now.

Please help me expand the list with your best links and input. (mere…)