July 26, 2023

Anticipating adverse events with Matt Genovese

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Anticipating adverse events with Matt Genovese
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Show Notes

Matt Genovese Founder and CEO of Planorama design continues his conversation with Chitra and shares his thoughts on-

  • Writing effective stories or work  behind defining the requirements 
  • Working in collaboration with the development team, discussing the challenges of an API
  • Issues working with IOT projects and hardware have synchronous issues and different hardware failures
  • What failures  to take care of  and what can be ignored
  • Importance of functional verification
  • Along with writing user stories, discovery and thinking is also important
  • Whole process of discovering problems, asking questions, naturally brings the right people in 
  • How diagrams help all the stakeholders understand/Visualize the flow together
  • How and when a design sprint happens
  • His message to someone who is aspiring hardware or software careers

–Matt Genovese is the founder and CEO of Planorama Design, bringing over 25 years of career experience in high-tech, spanning semiconductors, hardware, IoT, IT, and software product development. He has a strong track record of planning, launching, and shipping products that work. Matt’s company, Planorama Design, is a software user experience design professional services company, designing complex, technical software that is simple and intuitive to use. Staffed with seasoned engineers and user experience (UX) designers, the company is headquartered in Austin, Texas, USA.

Matt earned a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin. He began his career at Motorola-Freescale Semiconductor in product & test engineering and moved into design verification of RISC processors and SoCs. Matt has also held product leadership roles for complex and technical software development. As a result of his deep professional experience, Matt strives to “get it right the first time” starting with the software application’s user experience design, down to the hardware at the bottom of the stack. Planorama helps drive product development processes that create products that work out of the gate.

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