Test Driven Development

Twice the Teslas in Half the Time

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In 2006 I designed and manufactured the WIKISPEED modular car. In 2010 team WIKISPEED produced the Scrum Build Server, a Scrum team with flexible tooling capable of compiling a wide variety of CAD designs, testing them, and deploying them as complete physical products. In 2011 Tim Myer...

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Definition of Done for Hardware Projects with longer release cycles

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I was recently emailed by a savvy Certified Scrum Trainer (CST) about the "Definition of Done for Hardware Projects with longer release cycles. e.g. Saab Fighter Jets." Kelley Harris writes:  >>I'd welcome your suggestions for adjusting the definition of done for hardware projects that have a...

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We Limit Our Materials

  |   Agile, Blog, Industry News, Learning, & Education, Test Driven Development, WIKISPEED Shop & Manufacturing, Xtreme Manufacturing   |   2 Comments

A core XM (eXtreme Manufacturing) practice is to only use materials that can be inexpensively iterated (re-made) in less than a week, and then choose the fewest number of different materials / processes practical in order to build deep experience quickly. Here's the list of stuff to...

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