Extreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering

4th International Conference, XP 2003 Genova, Italy, May 25–29, 2003 Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-40215-2 (Print) 978-3-540-44870-9 (Online)

Table of contents (84 chapters)

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  1. Managing Agile Processes

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      XP after Enron - Can It Survive?

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      Trailing-Edge Management

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      Value Based Management and Agile Methods

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      Lean Management — A Metaphor for Extreme Programming?

  2. Methodology Issues

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      Pages 33-40

      Metaphor Design Spaces

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      Pages 41-46

      An Experiment Working with RUP and XP

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      Bridging Cognitive and Social Chasms in Software Development Using Extreme Programming

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      A System Dynamics Simulation Model to Find the Effects of XP on Cost of Change Curve

  3. Extending Agile Methodologies and XP

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      Pages 63-72

      Real-Time Extreme Programming

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      Software Development under Stringent Hardware Constraints: Do Agile Methods Have a Chance?

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      Pages 80-87

      Maturing XP through the CMM

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      Formal Extreme (and Extremely Formal) Programming

  4. Methods and Tools

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      Agile Development Using Naked Objects

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      XPSwiki: An Agile Tool Supporting the Planning Game

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      CruiseControl.NET: Continuous Integration for .NET

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      Tool Support for Complex Refactoring to Design Patterns

  5. Teaching and Introducing Agile Methodologies

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      Experiences in Learning XP Practices: A Qualitative Study

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      Swimming around the Waterfall: Introducing and Using Agile Development in a Data Centric, Traditional Software Engineering Company

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      Cross-Continent Development Using Scrum and XP

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      Coaching Coaches

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