Extreme Programming Installed
Addison-Wesley, 2001 - 265 páginas
Extreme Programming (XP) is a revolutionary lightweight methodology that's supercharging software development in organizations worldwide. Perfect for small teams producing software with fast-changing requirements, XP can save time and money while dramatically improving quality. In XP Installed, three participants in DaimlerChrysler's breakthrough XP project cover every key practice associated with XP implementation. The book consists of a connected collection of essays, presented in the order the practices would actually be implemented during a project. Ideal as both a start-to-finish tutorial and quick reference, the book demonstrates exactly how XP can promote better communication, quality, control, and predictability. An excellent complement to the best selling Extreme Programming Explained, it also works perfectly on a standalone basis, for any developer or team that wants to get rolling with XP fast.
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LibraryThing ReviewReseña de usuario - Alexander.Zawadzki - LibraryThing
A general book about XP, written by people who pioneered it. XP 'Installed' isn't the first book they've written on the subject, and intends to describe XP in-practice rather than describing XP for ... Leer reseña completa