Published : Mar 16, 2012
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One of the principal mechanisms that allows agile software development to work is feedback loops. One common yet expensive broken feedback loop we have observed is the lack of communication between those responsible for hardware and software. The end result creates cost but not worth. You must view architecture holistically; neither hardware nor software has a full enough perspective to be successful alone.