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Let's chat: hardware product development, collaboration, and documentation ๐Ÿ“š

On June 11th, we held our first virtual live Q&A session. It was pretty exciting, but what's even more exciting is that this will be the first of many. As engineers ourselves, we want AllSpice to be a platform that helps engineers get their incredible hardware products to market faster. We love talking with our users and we're so happy you're talking back to us ๐Ÿ™‚

Let's recap

For June's Q&A, we teamed up with Kaethe Henning from Alloy Product Development to have a conversation about collaboration in hardware development (try saying that three times fast). We kept the session small and cozy so we could answer everyone's questions โ€” and we sure had plenty of them to answer ๐Ÿ™Œ

We covered a lot (stay tuned for Q&A clips popping up on our LinkedIn soon ๐Ÿ‘€) but just to give you a taste, here's what our topics included:

  • An overview of the basic development stages across HW companies, the common pitfalls at each stage, and solutions to avoid them

  • When to design in house vs. outsourcing to a development firm

  • Our favorite collaboration tools for HW teams

  • Why documentation is important and some best practices

  • Hot trends in HW development we're excited about ๐Ÿ”ฅ

  • Software practices we see commonly used in HW

Hungry for more? Watch the full Q&A video below or on our YouTube channel.

As always, happy developing and we hope to see you at our next event!

Do you have any specific questions you'd like covered in our future live Q&A sessions? Vote for your favorite topics below or send us an email at

AllSpice is a git platform for hardware developers, inspired by software principles. It helps engineering teams accelerate their hardware development process through digital, asynchronous design reviews, automatic PCB, schematic, and BOM redlines, and the ability to build an agile workflow.

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