How to avoid merge conflicts in hardware design

We've all been there. With multiple people working on one project, merge conflicts are inevitable. They are practically a rite of passage for hardware designers, but are a major annoyance nonetheless. These occur when people make conflicting changes ...

Open-source hardware: A boon for the post-COVID industry

COVID-19 has made all of us face a new reality over the past year, with no certainty of when things will go back to normal. Indeed, it seems like the world will not fully go back to the way it was even when this is over. Some things have been irrepar...

Open-source hardware: A boon for the post-COVID industry

COVID-19 has made all of us face a new reality over the past year, with no certainty of when things will go back to norm...

What type of version control system do you need?

When talking about collaborative hardware design, the words 'Version Control' constantly pop up. But what exactly do the...

The challenges of collaborative tooling for hardware engineers

Collaborative tools are a boon for all professions, and the hardware industry is no different. Better collaborative plat...

The case for multi-stakeholder collaboration in engineering design

Hardware product development is an intricate collection of processes that each have their own vast network of sub-proces...

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