From Hours to Minutes: Breaking the collaboration barriers for faster successive iterations in embedded software

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May 12, 2015 10:00 AM EDT
7:00am PDT, 1500 London, 1600 Paris, Munich
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A fundamental component of the agile manifesto is the interaction between individuals and achieving a high level of collaboration. Due to the challenges of hardware access and automation (as we covered in Pt. 1 and Pt. 2 of the Maximum Velocity series) communication silos tend to build up within and across organizations. This results in developers becoming very specialized in their area, and dependent on specialists in other areas. This slows down fast, successive iterations based on continuous feedback. Think about what happens when something goes wrong in the test system. What do you do, and how long time do you spend with problem resolution?

In this web seminar, the third in our “Maximum Velocity” series, we explore the issues above and offer some novel ideas about how to overcome these challenges and more.

We will discuss strategies that can help bring the following to your development environment:
  • Easier communication: Create an environment where everyone sees the same thing. Show instead of trying to describe.
  • Easier sharing: If everything is just software you can share virtual platforms and also other artifacts, like traces or logs.
  • Easier collaboration between individuals: Improve communication within and across teams and companies. This can also include partners, subcontractors, suppliers and customers.

Eva Skoglund, Senior Marketing Manager, System Simulation, Wind River
Ross Dickson, Product Line Manager, Simics, Wind River

Rich Nass, OpenSystems Media