Extreme Programming Series

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Botman, Pieter; Schneider, Ray   (2002, ASQ)  

Software Quality Professional    Vol. 5    No. 1
QICID: 18823    December 2002    pp. 14-19
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Article Abstract

[This abstract is based on the authors' abstract.] Extreme programming (XP) is one example of an agile method aimed at accelerating software production and time to market. Eight books in Addison-Wesley's Extreme Programming Series are reviewed by separate authors. The books each provide insight into different aspects of XP and are full of explanations and anecdotes aimed at the working programmer.

Keywords

Computers,Program development,Synergistic blending,Software quality,Reviews


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