eXtreme Programming at Universities - An Educational Perspective

@inproceedings{Schneider2003eXtremePA,
  title={eXtreme Programming at Universities - An Educational Perspective},
  author={Jean-Guy Schneider and Lorraine Johnston},
  booktitle={ICSE},
  year={2003}
}
To address the problems of traditional software devel- opment, recent years have shown the introduction of more light-weight or "agile" development processes (eXtreme Programming being the most prominent one). These processes are intended to support early and quick production of working code by structuring the development into small release cycles and focus on continual interaction between developers and customers. As such software development processes become more popular, there is a growing… CONTINUE READING
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