Being agile in embedded product-line development with Rational Team Concert

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Harry Koehnemann

Date archived: December 16, 2016 | First published: April 30, 2013

Agile success stories are commonplace in the IT domain, but little has been published about agility for embedded, product line systems. Harry Koehnemann delves into the details of one embedded product organization’s adoption of IBM® Rational Team Concert™ to support their agile engineering practices. Harry Koehnemann of 321 Gang explains how their hardware, software, and project management teams collaborate, their use of agile techniques, and their migration to Rational Team Concert. Find out what problems they faced, the practices and tool changes that helped them, and what challenges remain.

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