In the world of software development many companies have switched to agile design methods, achieving a faster time to market, fewer bugs and an increased ROI compared to traditional approaches.
This sounds great, so why isn’t Agile Hardware Development a thing, yet?
There is a great variety of agile methods for software, e.g., Test-Driven Development (TDD), Extreme Program-ming (XP) or Continuous Integration (CI). What all these methods have in common is the focus on quick iterations and fast feedback cycles, mainly achieved by rapid prototyping and unit testing.
Both are notoriously hard in hardware development.
Our mission is to provide methods and tools that allow hardware designers to apply these concepts with ease in the domain of hardware design.
‘Agile with Lubis shows our vision of an agile hardware development flow:
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