I wrote this book review so long ago that I forgot about it. I've reviewed Extreme Programming Explained, 2nd. Ed. by Kent Beck.
This was a really interesting book for me to read; in IGS and Rational, we tend to place value in intermediate work products that come before code (e.g. requirements & design specs) whereas Extreme Programming tends to view non-code work products as low-value. But I approached this book with an open mind and learned a great deal and even found a few things to admire from this methodology.
More in the review.
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Oh, and a book review - "Extreme Programming Explained, 2nd Ed."