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Demystifying Extreme Programming: "XP distilled" revisited, Part 1
So-called agile development approaches, coupled with the power and flexibility of object-oriented languages like Java, just might solve your software development problems. The most popular agile approach is called Extreme Programming, or XP, but many people don't really know what it is. Using XP on your software development projects can increase your chances of success dramatically. This new column by Roy Miller will strip away the rumors and the hype to help you understand XP and explain why it is so important.
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Articles 13 Aug 2002
Demystifying Extreme Programming: "XP distilled" revisited, Part 3
Roy Miller completes his review of XP practices by exploring the customer practices and management practices. The customer practices address the issues of determining which features should be in each release. The management practices help management give business direction to the entire team and keep them focused on the problem at hand. With the programmer practices and joint practices discussed in previous articles, you'll now have the complete picture of XP practices.
Articles 08 Oct 2002
Demystifying Extreme Programming: "XP distilled" revisited, Part 2
In this month's installment of Demystifying Extreme Programming, Roy Miller explains what it means to be a programmer on an XP team and how the six programmer practices specifically fit into the picture. While all 19 practices are important, the programmer practices are vital for a team making software.
Articles 10 Sep 2002
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