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Informative Workspace

“Ways to Make a Workspace that Gives Your Team Useful FeedBack”

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Informative Workspace is one of the new XP practices launched in the second edition of XP Explained. The practice is to build feedback mechanisms around an agile team that support them in their daily work. These feedback mechanisms can take the form of visual displays (Information Radiators) that are manually updated by the team or electronic eXtreme Feedback Devices (XFD) such as lava lamps or audio signals linked to automated processes. It is vital to ensure that feedback mechanisms are easy to interpret, low maintenance and adapted to local practices. This workshop aims to answer how to implement this practice and explore ways to make workspaces more informative.

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Davies, R., Bacon, T. (2005). Informative Workspace. In: Baumeister, H., Marchesi, M., Holcombe, M. (eds) Extreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering. XP 2005. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 3556. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/11499053_55

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