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Subject:Re: Extreme Programming (XP) From:Sean Wheller <sean -at- inwords -dot- co -dot- za> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com Date:Thu, 10 Aug 2006 17:56:55 +0200
On Thursday 10 August 2006 17:52, Bill Kerschbaum wrote:
> Anyone ever heard of extreme programming? Our company
> is thinking about going to that kind of model in the
> systems programming department, and they're asking me
> to be a part of it. Basically, I'd have my work area
> in or next to the "bullpen." My job duties won't
> change, but they're hoping this will benefit the
> documentation department and the systems dept.
> I'm looking for pros and cons that I'll need to
> consider. Thanks.
Works well if you can manage the amount of flux.
Changes are rapid and small. Highly iterative. You need to keep abreast you
must understand things like building from latest version. Goo news is you can
get new releases as they happen and you can even add to the code and
interface design considerations.
Ask me about the Monkey.
sean -at- inwords -dot- co -dot- za
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