@Chuck Matthews - Adding unneeded functionality vs. Agile. Agile is fine with sw. You have the agility to add it easily. Agile does not work with ASICs and SoCs that take more than 3 months to make and cost more than $1,000,000. On the sw side, it is okay to not add until needed but if a feature is already in, don't take it out because it is not needed in the next product. Taking it out causes code turmoil and more problems when you have to add it back in for the product after that.
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