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Work in progress — An agile embedded systems design capstone course

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Embedded systems design has been characterized by the combination of two basic design methodologies: Hardware and Software. In this work in progress we incorporated Agile Project Management methodologies to a Computer Engineering Technology senior capstone course on product ideation, prototyping, demonstration and final presentation. As students were going through the course, they were; imprinting their stories on a wiki; creating, self assigning, working and closing tasks; following an Agile like methodology; and behaving like an entrepreneurial start-up company that wants to launch an innovative product.

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2011 Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)

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12-15 Oct. 2011