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The target audience for this title are current .NET 1.1 developers and future .NET 2.0 developers who need to put Extreme Programming (XP) into practice. While other Extreme Programming books are usually theoretical in approach, this book takes the reader through the practical application of Extreme Programming with code-level solutions. It shows the reader how to apply the XP principles in a real-world environment. It provides an in depth look at each of the XP practices and shows the reader how each of these practices fits into the project development life-cycle. By showing developers how to…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The target audience for this title are current .NET 1.1 developers and future .NET 2.0 developers who need to put Extreme Programming (XP) into practice. While other Extreme Programming books are usually theoretical in approach, this book takes the reader through the practical application of Extreme Programming with code-level solutions. It shows the reader how to apply the XP principles in a real-world environment. It provides an in depth look at each of the XP practices and shows the reader how each of these practices fits into the project development life-cycle. By showing developers how to work with .NET 1.1 today, and .NET 2.0 tomorrow, this book offers a long-term vision for Extreme Programming with Microsoft technologies. For more information, visit: www.extremeprogramming.org. TOC:Introducing XP.- Assembling the Team.- Release Planning.- Iteration Planning.- The Iteration.- Nant.- Nunit.- .NET Mock.- CruiseControl.NET.- Release Planning - The Journey Begins.- Iteration Planning - The Iteration 1.- Iteration 1 Implementation.- Iteration Planning - Iteration 2.- Iteration 2 Implementation.- Where Do We Go from Here.- Appendix A Preparing the Way.- Appendix B Style Guide.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 22.11.2006
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781430201793
  • Artikelnr.: 37349592
Autorenporträt
Greg "Hap" Pearman has over 15 years experience in architecting and developing enterprise software solutions. Formally a senior architect and developer at Qwest Communications, Hap was a leading member of a small elite team that developed and implemented Extreme Programming (XP) practices for the entire Qwest IT organization. This team worked with each Qwest IT project team to teach them XP and to follow up with those teams in the field after their training. This experience gave Hap the unique opportunity to stress test XP under multiple and varying circumstances as an XP coach and mentor. Hap has also architected and developed small and large enterprise systems using technologies such as J2EE, .NET (C#) and C++ for such companies as IBM, EPA, US WEST Direct, Multum Information Service and Qwest Communications. James Goodwill is the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at Virtuas. With over 10 years of senior object-oriented development experience, James drives Virtuas' innovation and leadership in the practical use of leading edge technologies. He is also a renowned author of multiple technical publications, including Mastering JSP Custom Tags and Tag Libraries, Developing Java Servlets, Pure JavaServer Pages, and Mastering Jakarta Struts. James is also a regular column author for ONJava.com, an expert member of JSR-152 focused on the JavaServer Pages 2.0 specification, and a speaker at numerous technology conferences.
Inhaltsangabe
From the contents:
Introducing XP
Assembling the Team
Release Planning
Iteration Planning
The Iteration
Nant
Nunit
.NET Mock
CruiseControl.NET
Release Planning The Journey Begins
Iteration Planning The Iteration 1
Iteration 1 Implementation
Iteration Planning Iteration 2
Iteration 2 Implementation
Where Do We Go from Here
Appendix A Preparing the Way
Appendix B Style Guide
Rezensionen
From the reviews:

"The purpose of this work is to take experienced software developers and mold them into enthusiastic practitioners of agile-programming in general, and of extreme programming in particular. ... this book is recommended reading for developers who may be joining an extreme programming project and for software development project managers who are not already committed to a particular methodology. It provides useful background reading before attending a course on the topic." (Neil D. Burgess, ACM Computing Reviews, Vol. 49 (2), February, 2008)