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XP Series - Extreme Programming Perspectives (Cód: 9245657)

Williams,Laurie; Succi,Giancarlo; Marchesi,Michele; Wells,James Donovan

Addison Wesley

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XP Series - Extreme Programming Perspectives



Extreme Programming (XP) has been established as a significant departure from traditional software development methods. The success of the XP 2001 and XP Universe 2001 conferences is no surprise; some of the brightest minds in software engineering gathered at these venues to discuss the discipline that is XP. These conferences showcase the continuously changing face of XP. Common programming practices will never be the same, and developers and business people alike need to bear this fact in mind as they plan for the future.Inspired by the techniques and challenges explored at these conferences, 'Extreme Programming Perspectives presents 47 articles that represent the insights and practical wisdom of the leaders of the XP community. Encompassing a wide variety of key topics on XP and other agile methodologies, this book offers experience-based techniques for implementing XP effectively and provides successful transitioning strategies. Articles are grouped into six main sections: an overview of XP and agile methodologies; XP development practices; issues involved in transitioning to XP and agile methodologies; real-life experiences of working with XP; tools for facilitating XP development; and finally, ideas for expanding and extending XP.You will find such outstanding articles as: Circle of Life, Spiral of Death: Ways to Keep Your XP Project Alive and Ways to Kill It, by Ron JeffriesAgile Software Development--Why It Is Hot!, by Jim HighsmithAn Introduction to Testing, XP-Style, by Don WellsIncreasing the Effectiveness of Automated Testing, by Shaun Smith and Gerard MeszarosThe System Metaphor Explored, by William Wake and Steven WakePair Programming: Why Have Two Do theWork of One?, by Laurie WilliamsA Metric Suite for Evaluating the Effectiveness of an Agile Methodology, by Laurie Williams, Giancarlo Succi, and Michele MarchesiThe Five Reasons XP Can't Scale and What to Do about Them, by Ron CrockerKeep Your Options Open: Extreme Programming and the Economics of Flexibility, by Hakan Erdogmus and John FavaroExtreme Programming from a CMM Perspective, by Mark C. PaulkThe contributions in this book comprise the best practices in Extreme Programming across a number of industries. Those already involved in XP development, or anyone interested in transitioning to this flexible approach, will find this book a fascinating and valuable resource for leveraging the power of XP and agile methodologies. 0201770059B08072002 Helping the reader gain perspective on extreme programming, this text shows how best to implement this practice in an organization. It contains papers from the worlds two leading Extreme programming conferences XP 2001 and XP Universe. Foreword by Highsmith, Jim


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Marca Addison Wesley
Cód. Barras 9780201770056
Altura 23.77 cm
I.S.B.N. 9780201770056
Profundidade 2.97 cm
Referência 005255012
Acabamento Brochura
Ano da edição 2002
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 640
Peso 0.97 Kg
Largura 18.69 cm
AutorWilliams,Laurie; Succi,Giancarlo; Marchesi,Michele; Wells,James Donovan


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