Salon on XP not the OS

Totally awesome software?

Beck downplays the argument that XP is an all-or-nothing approach. Still, he does note that the project leaders who report the most success with the methodology tend to be the ones who put aside the cultural obsession with rigid specs, an obsession inherited from less flexible fields such as civil and mechanical engineering, and approach XP’s design-on-the-fly philosophy wholeheartedly.

One reply on “Salon on XP not the OS”

  1. Awesome read… one of the dudes mentioned in that article started an Extreme Programming Interest Group… I wonder if a local XPUG group would take off?

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Salon on XP not the OS

Totally awesome software?

Beck downplays the argument that XP is an all-or-nothing approach. Still, he does note that the project leaders who report the most success with the methodology tend to be the ones who put aside the cultural obsession with rigid specs, an obsession inherited from less flexible fields such as civil and mechanical engineering, and approach XP’s design-on-the-fly philosophy wholeheartedly.

One reply on “Salon on XP not the OS”

  1. Awesome read… one of the dudes mentioned in that article started an Extreme Programming Interest Group… I wonder if a local XPUG group would take off?

Comments are closed.