Scrum is the most widespread Agile development methodology in use at this time. While it originated in hardware development, most companies use it for software development. In the cases where it’s adopted successfully, software development (and testing) is no longer perceived as the bottleneck. That leads to more and more companies that develop physical products familiarize themselves with Scrum these days to achieve the same benefits. In this webinar,Markus Gärtner looks at hardware development using Scrum. He takes a closer look on hardware companies that succeed with Scrum, identifying patterns that work in hardware development including R&D and manufacturing. View Slideshare....
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Markus works as Organizational Design Consultant, Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) and Agile Coach for it-agile GmbH, Hamburg, Germany. Markus is the author of ATDD by Example – A Practical Guide to Acceptance Test-Driven Development and contributes to the Softwerkskammer, the Germany Software Craftsmanship movement. He blogs in English frequently at http://www.shino.de/blog.
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