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Everything You Learned in Kindergarten Was WRONG
Sep 23, 2008
When it comes to managing an embedded design project, everything you learned in kindergarten was wrong. The rules to follow for project success are:
- Sharing is NOT Caring; Selfishly protect your resources.
- DON'T wait your turn; Interrupts in a design are desirable.
- DON'T finish what you started; Evaluate every approach often and abandon one quickly if it is not working out.
- Everyone CANNOT be president (or king or boss); choose a leader and follow him/her.
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