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You know what XP is, how to get it up and running, and how to plan projects using it. Now its time to expand your use of Extreme Programming and learn the best practices of this popular discipline. In Extreme Programming Explored, you can read about best practices as learned from the concrete experience of successful XP developers. Author and programmer Bill Wake provides You know what XP is, how to get it up and running, and how to plan projects using it.
Author and programmer Bill Wake provides answers to practical questions about XP implementation. Using hands-on examples--including code samples written in the Java programming language--this book demonstrates the day-to-day mechanics of working on an XP team and shows well-defined methods for carrying out a successful XP project.
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Customer Service. Continue Reading. Agile consultant Howard Deiner explains several Agile engineering practices that can be used regardless of which methodology your organization employs. Lisa Crispin continues in this second tip in the series by giving real-life examples and benefits gained from practicing the whole-team approach on Agile development teams.
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In this tip, SSQ Agile expert Lisa Crispin explains the concept of the whole-team approach in depth, addressing questions of team structure and mainstream challenges. Though the methodology was new, the guidelines of the Agile Manifesto were taken into account in determining how to best proceed. Yvette Francino explains the basics of unit test, automation and test-driven development. The tests are written and executed using short iterations, Pair programming, the technique where two programmers use one computer to develop software code, is a practice which has been shown to improve software quality when done well.
In this tip, SSQ site editor explores the pros and cons of pair Is your organization trying to decide whether to use a predictive methodology such as waterfall or an adaptive methodology such as scrum? Senior consultant David Johnson describes the history of software methodologies and the differences between Professional software tester Chris McMahon describes his company's struggle to speed up the testing processes of its C- and COBOL-based system, and how it accomplished this task using techniques that would later fall in line with the Agile Manifesto Lean development practices can be used to bypass expenditures tied to traditional development methodologies, but plenty of accident-prone areas exist and mistakes remain costly.
By aligning process flow, prioritizing tasks and creating concrete user Agile software development calls on developers to write clean code, according to Robert "Uncle Bob" Martin. This free chapter introduces the concepts and methods programmers can adopt to write truly clean code.
Software project teams switching to an agile methodology will find a great resource in this free chapter. XP, Crystal and other agile methodologies are explored by Alistair Cockburn. Iterative development, contrary to many people's beliefs, has been around for decades.
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