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Book review: Agile Software Development with Scrum


A Scrum development methodology book is reviewed from an Extreme Programming perspective.
Extreme Programming (AKA XP) has been an interest of mine for some time, as I struggle to find ways to make it easier to say "yes" to in my domain (embedded systems) and it is in the study of this other development process that I first heard of Scrum. Both XP and Scrum are development processes under the "umbrella" of the Agile Alliance.

First and foremost, let's cover what Scrum is, as presented in this book. I will compare Scrum with XP as I go, for reasons that will become obvious later on.
 read more | mail this link | score:7273 | -Ray, January 7, 2004
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