7 edition of Extreme Programming Refactored found in the catalog.
August 5, 2003 by Apress .
Written in English
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Extreme Programming Refactored: The Case Against Xp (featuring Songs of the Extremos) takes a satirical look at the increasingly-hyped extreme programming (Xp) explores some quite astonishing Extremo quotes that have typified the Xp approach quotes such as, Xpers are not afraid of oral documentation, Schedule is the Cited by: Extreme Programming Refactored book.
Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Extreme Programming Refactored: The Case Against XP /5(4). Extreme Programming Refactored. Matt Stephens, Doug Rosenberg fiction. In its attempt to be a book full of satire while at the same time making good points regarding XP, Extreme Programming Refactored undermines itself.
In buying "Extreme Programming Refactored: The Case Against XP", I expected Extreme Programming Refactored book critical (case against XP), yet constructive (refactored), view on this popular Agile development methodology. What I found instead were copious amounts of sarcasm, irrelevant song lyrics, and enough icons and sidebars to make you lose track of the topic/5(34).
Extreme programming (XP) is a software development methodology which is intended to improve software quality and responsiveness to changing customer requirements. As a type of agile software development, it advocates frequent "releases" in short development cycles, which is intended to improve productivity and introduce checkpoints at which new customer.
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In the end the best parts of XP will be used in the writers own software engineering process. Extreme Programming Refactored: The Case Against XP (featuring Songs of the Extremos) takes a satirical look at the increasingly-hyped extreme programming (XP) explores some quite astonishing Extremo quotes that have typified the XP approach quotes such as, “XPers Extreme Programming Refactored book not afraid of oral documentation,” “Schedule is the customer's problem,”.
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Extreme Programming is flexible in everything, including changes in the initial code. Usually, developers call such changes refactoring. In this article, we will tell you about refactoring in Extreme Programming and describe the main principles of its work.
Before describing the XP concepts of refactoring we will find a proper definition for it. fancellu writes "Extreme programming (XP) first hit the mainstream programmer consciousness a few years ago, with the publication of Kent Beck's Extreme Programming Explained. XP was controversial back then (and still is), because it argued in favour of hitting the 'reset' button on accepted softwar.
Well, it's not often as profitable to write a book on the downside of a hot trend, but Matt Stephens and Doug Rosenberg managed to find a publisher for Extreme Programming Refactored: The Case Against XP by Matt Stephens and Doug Rosenberg, henceforth referred to as XP Refactored because I'm eXtremely Lazy.
This book is not intended entirely as. Extreme Programming Refactored: The Case Against XP. By Matt Stephens and Doug Rosenberg. Disparaged with emotion and vigor by XP’s creators and “thought leaders”, but welcomed by top industry gurus, this controversial book lays wide open the many flaws in Extreme Programming’s approach, and suggests improvements to make the process more.
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Code refactoring is the process of restructuring existing computer code—changing the factoring—without changing its external behavior. Refactoring is intended to improve the design, structure, and/or implementation of the software (its non-functional attributes), while preserving the functionality of the software.
Potential advantages of refactoring may include improved. The irony of Extreme Programming is that while detractors continue to explain why it cannot work, software developers all over the world are having success with it.
"They're Baaaack" In a recent Dr. Dobb’s article, Matt Stephens and Doug Rosenberg. this book.” —Francesco Cirillo ager—all the way up to the CIO—has a copy of Extreme Programming and refactored every bit of XP Explained and integrated many new insights.
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Bartender. "Extreme Programming Explained" is the right book for anyone to learn how to do that. I found every chapter immensely useful although I may have read most of the values and principles in other books or blog posts. The XP scaling and roles is something that the book explained better/5.
Refactor mercilessly to keep the design simple as you go and to avoid needless clutter and complexity. Keep your code clean and concise so it is easier to understand, modify, and extend. Make sure everything is expressed once and only once. In the end it takes less time to produce a system that is well groomed.
[Read Book] Extreme Programming Explained: Embrace Change 2nd Edition (The XP Series) EBook. Questioning Extreme Programming / Pete Mc Breen (The XP Series) Extreme Programming Refactored / By Matt Stephens and Doug Rosenberg (anti book) Pair Programming Illuminated / Laurie Williams, Robert Kessler.
Download Citation | On Jan 1,Matt Stephens and others published Extreme Programming Refactored: The Case Against XP | Find, read and cite. Kent Beck's eXtreme Programming eXplained provides an intriguing high-level overview of the author's Extreme Programming (XP) software development methodology.
Written for IS managers, project leaders or programmers, this guide provides a glimpse at the principles behind XP and its potential advantages for small to mid-sized software development teams/5(30).
In "Extreme Programming Refactored: The Case Against XP" into a more viable process, Rosenberg and Stephens are not attempting to define a. Review: Extreme Programming Refactored: The Case Against XP [apress] By Peter A. Bromberg, Ph.D. Printer - Friendly Version Back in (seems like ancient history now, when you think of anything pre "9/11") some of the developer crew at the banking software company I was working at then started buzzing about "XP" or "Extreme Programming".
Extreme programming (XP) is a software development methodology which is intended to improve software quality and responsiveness to changing customer requirements.
As a type of agile software development,    it advocates frequent "releases" in short development cycles, which is intended to improve productivity and introduce checkpoints at which new customer. Extreme Programming is a hugely popular (although not as popular as Scrum) methodology focused on meeting changing client requirements.
The first Extreme Programming project was started in Marchby Kent Beck at his book, Extreme Programming Explained: Embrace Change, he detailed the aspects for software development. Kent Beck. Stephens and Rosenberg's new book, Extreme Programming Refactored: The Case Against XP lambasts the religion of Pure XP.
Stephens and Rosenberg also offer suggestions for a "refactored XP," designed to defang XP's "deadly snakes". Stephens and Rosenberg are smart, witty, thoughtful, rude, sarcastic, and clever. Their book is also funny as hell.
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 4th Conference on Extreme Programming and Agile Methods, XP/Agile Universeheld in Calgary, Canada in August The 18 revised full papers presented together with summaries of workshops, panels, and tutorials were carefully reviewed and selected from 45 submissions.
Extreme programming was created by Kent Beck during his work on the Chrysler Comprehensive Compensation System (C3) payroll project. Beck became the C3 project leader in March and began to refine the development methodology used in the project and wrote a book on the methodology (in OctoberExtreme Programming Explained was published).
Extreme Programming Refactored by Don Rosenberg,Matt Stephens Book Resume: Stephens and Rosenberg examine XP in the context of existing methodologies and processes such as RUP, ICONIX, Spiral, RAD, DSDM, etc – and show how XP goals can be achieved using these existing processes. extreme programming refactored the case against xp is available in our book collection an online access to it is set as public so you can download it instantly.
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The code that follows has been changed to demonstrate once and only once and other style choices I value. The formatting matches the style used in this book. More importantly, the rewritten code is more cohesive.
Not only should each concept be expressed only once, but each routine should implement only one concept.This first refactoring removes the extraneous comment.
Unused code and comments distract the reader from the salient bits. Should we need to resurrect the dead code, it remains in a file's history available from the source repository.
For now, we don't need it, and the refactored version is shorter and more readable.