The new concept of Extreme Programming (XP) is gaining more and more acceptance, partially because it is controversial, but primarily because it is particularly well-suited to help the small software development team succeed. This book serves as the ...
introduction to XP that the market will need. XP is controversial, many software development sacred cows don't make the cut in XP; it forces practitioners to take a fresh look at how software is developed. The author recognizes that this "lightweight" methodology is not for everyone. However, anyone interested in discovering what this new concept can offer them will want to start with this book.
But unfortunately it is..and badly! It is avery clear, effective introduction to the developmentstyle and discipline that 's trying to give control of software development back to programmers and away from dumb managers,fluff vendors and the like.But unfortunately it is..and badly! It is a very clear, effective introduction to the development style and discipline that 's trying to give control of software development back to programmers and away from dumb managers, fluff vendors and the like. It does so through the application of a minimum of common sense and encouraging the creation of simple, effective software over the production of heavy, useless documentation. A useful conversation with a "good programmer with great habits"....Continua Nascondi