Extreme Programming Modified: Embrace Requirements Engineering Practices

@inproceedings{Nawrocki2002ExtremePM,
  title={Extreme Programming Modified: Embrace Requirements Engineering Practices},
  author={Jerzy R. Nawrocki and Michal Jasi{\~n}ski and Bartosz Walter and Adam Wojciechowski},
  booktitle={RE},
  year={2002}
}
Extreme Programming (XP) is an agile (lightweight) software development methodology and it becomes more and more popular. XP proposes many interesting practices, but it also has some weaknesses. From the software engineering point of view the most important issues are: maintenance problems resulting from very limited documentation (XP relies on code and test cases only), and lack of wider perspective of a system to be built. Moreover, XP assumes that there is only one customer representative… CONTINUE READING
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