RE: Agile Method

Subject: RE: Agile Method
From: "R. Armstrong" <rarmstrong -at- alpha -dot- ipswitch -dot- com>
To: "'HSC Italian'" <twins398 -at- hotmail -dot- com>, <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 2 May 2006 13:59:36 -0400

> Agile . . . again! Is Agile specific to software? Has anyone worked in or
> know of writers who have worked on an Agile project that was for
> hardware/firmware?

> Any feedback, info, links, et cetera would be greatly appreciated.

While I have not heard first hand of anyone using Agile in hardware
production, I do know that people are using it for non-software related
projects. The process and philosophy can be used against any task-based
project or scenario that you can complete in small increments, with a team
effort moving the project along.

We have used the Agile method to handle our office move, the rewrite of a
User's Guide, and the planning of a large company function.

What kinds of questions do you have, and what kind of help are you looking

Robert Armstrong
Ipswitch, Inc.


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