„Use Case 2.0 – a Buried Treasure: Agile Project Planning with Use Case Slices” is the subject of Ursula Mesebergs talk in German on 25 March 2015, 2.30pm at the Embedded Meets Agile conference in Munich. She will show how sliced up use cases can be utilized to define requirements for embedded systems development. Use cases are suitable for mapping functional requirements and displaying the system behavior. With this ability they beat user stories, which are the common container for requirements documentation in agile development. Use cases are considered to be non-agile, because they are mostly too complex for agile processes. The speaker will present Use Case 2.0, a technique for fragmenting use cases into smaller units in order to use them in agile processes.
Representatives of software and hardware development companies dealing with medical and automotive engineering will meet up for two days at the NH Hotel in Dornach near Munich and exchange ideas. The host of this conference, HLMC Events invited Dr. Joachim Baumann, Dr. Andrea Tomasini, Udo Wiengärtner, Heinz Erretkamps, Gabriela Buchfink and Prof. Dr. Lambert Großkopf as keynote speakers. Twenty-eight additional talks will present methods for agile embedded development. One day prior to the conference three workshops are on offer which can be booked separately. Further information on the Embedded Meets Agile 2015 conference is available at: http://www.embedded-meets-agile.de