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Book Review: Extreme Programming Explained

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Extreme Programming Explained lists for about $35.
This is a very different kind of book on software development practices. It's almost a personal manifesto rather than an 'objective' look at software theory and practice. At times it reads more like a self-help manual than anything else. The emphasis is very much on aspiration, self-improvement, self-knowledge and so on.
 read more | score:7052 | -Ray, March 2, 2005
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