Essential Skills for Agile Development
by Tong Ka Iok
Publisher: Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Center 2004
Number of pages: 427
Agile Development, in particular, eXtreme Programming (XP), has been gaining a lot of momentum because it can effectively address the problems plaguing software development such as mis-understanding customers' requirements, missing deadlines, over-budget, conflicts between customers and developers and poor maintainability of legacy systems.
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