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Internet of Things (IoT) Rapid Agile Prototyping (Part 1)

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When working on IoT proof-of-concepts, if you're not practicing Rapid Agile Prototyping, then you're not doing it right (and probably going too slow).

Rapid Agile Prototyping for Internet of Things (IoT), means you are covering 4 basic processes all at once (while continuously building and improving each of the processes):

  • Requirements planning – Set the basic needs of the project (what does the project do).
  • User design – Plan the biggest parts (how does it do it)
  • Construction – Implement the parts knowing that it will all continue to change and evolve as you get more feedback.
  • Cutover – commit to software control management system (such as git) and deploy the current instance to let customers and users try it out (and give valuable feedback)
  • Repeat and cycle on each of the 4 processes continuously and in parallel.

Here's a link that helps how to quickly ramp up the first part for choosing hardware:

Rapid Prototyping (IoT Hardware)

IoT Rapid Agile Prototyping means you can get your product out faster than the next guy, and in the IoT world, the one who is quickest to implement, will win.

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