Best Practice Webinar: Agile modeling on individual development paths (Branches)
Model-based system development (MBSE) covers the entire system development cycle from design to validation and is made mandatory by standards and guidelines, for example in the field of functional safety (ISO26262). Especially in the early phases of system development, agile development methods can enrich classical processes such as the V-model or waterfall model. These agile approaches have already proven themselves in software development for decades.
Agile working on individual development strands (branches) in order to develop functions or features new or further will also become a trend in the development of mechatronic systems. This approach offers several advantages:
- Consistent development status guaranteed
- Flexible adaptation of requirements
- Development risks are reduced
- Transparent, secure and accelerated system development
In this webinar we will introduce the new approach of agile working on individual development lines and show how agile modeling based on feature branches can work in practice and how you can additionally enrich or complete Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) with it.
The innovative approach is suitable for companies where systems development is worked out in a distributed manner. Due to the Corona pandemic, this is currently the case in a particularly large number of companies that introduced home office. Use the appointment to get a quick overview of the new methodology. If you are already working in a distributed manner, you can learn the latest tips & tricks here to become even more efficient.
Our gift for you as a webinar participant: After the appointment, you will receive a clone of the Github repository used during the presentation, so that you can take your time to go through the processes shown again.
LieberLieber Webinar with Philipp Kalenda and Daniel Siegl
Modeling based on Feature-Branches (for improved teleworking)
April 2 2020, 3 – 4 pm
English, no fee