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Extreme programming is a Software Development Methodology from the '90s, nowadays considered a subclass of Agile Programming. It involves typical features such as pair programming, YAGNI, and very iterative programming.

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Even then finding the right thing to fill in takes time which is - to various degrees - considered as deviation from the initial estimations. That does not sound very "XP"ish to me. I am in no …
answered Apr 7 '13 by Doc Brown
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TDD is less a testing but more a coding technique. The question you need to ask here is not "shall I test this class or not" but "I want to implement a small change in my code base, how c …
answered Sep 27 '16 by Doc Brown
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Your questions are dealing only with two main XP topics: "direct customer communication" and "not too much formal documentation". So in my point of view, this is not really an "XP" question, those are …
answered Apr 17 '13 by Doc Brown
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You wrote When someone says "this will need a lot of testing", I show them how I got there So they could not get the information "how you got there" easily from the commit logs, you had to expl …
answered Nov 4 '18 by Doc Brown
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Agile says we should release early and often, but it doesn't make much sense to release before the complete rewrite has been completed. Actually, IMHO this is the key point - the earlier you g …
answered Nov 1 '12 by Doc Brown