Extreme Programming Tutorial

Discuss Extreme Programming

Discuss Extreme Programming Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Extreme programming (XP) is a software development methodology, which is intended to improve software quality and responsiveness to changing customer requirements. As a type of agile software development, it advocates frequent “releases” in short development cycles, to improve productivity and introduce checkpoints at which new customer…

Extreme Programming – Useful Resources

Extreme Programming – Useful Resources Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   The following resources contain additional information on Extreme Programming. Please use them to get more in-depth knowledge on this. Useful Links on Extreme Programming Extreme Programming Wiki − Wikipedia Reference for Extreme Programming Useful Books on Extreme Programming To enlist your site on this…

Extreme Programming – Quick Guide

Extreme Programming – Quick Guide Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Extreme Programming – Introduction This chapter gives an overview of Extreme Programming. What is Agile? The word ‘agile’ means − Able to move your body quickly and easily. Able to think quickly and clearly. In business, ‘agile’ is used for describing ways of planning…

Extreme Programming – Tools

Extreme Programming – Tools Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   In this chapter, we will learn about some tools used in Extreme Programming. ExtremePlanner ExtremePlanner is a browser-based Agile Project management solution that is designed specifically to support Agile methods including Scrum and Extreme Programming. ExtremePlanner concentrates on planning and tracking the progress of features…

Scrum + Extreme Programming

Scrum + Extreme Programming Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Extreme Programming is one of the earliest agile methodologies that came into existence and is continuously evolving. Kent Beck, who evolved Extreme Programming, developed it with the premise to use best programming practices and take them to the extreme. Extreme Programming in the current scenario…