Extreme Programming Adventures in C#

Extreme Programming Adventures in C#
Published:February 04, 2004Language:English
Author:Ron JeffriesTechnology:Microsoft Visual C#
Length:560 PagesISBN 13:9780735619494

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About The BookSee how eXtreme Programming (XP) works—and learn Microsoft .NET and C# programming in the process!

See eXtreme Programming (XP) in action at the hands of an XP master—and learn Microsoft .NET and C# programming in the process! In this fast-paced, hands-on exposition, Ron Jeffries—one of the leading voices and practitioners in the XP community—demonstrates that you can write well-designed, resilient code incrementally and safely, while minimizing your investment in speculative up-front design. As Jeffries builds his sample application, you get firsthand insights into what successful XP development looks like, complete with real-world challenges such as the eleventh-hour change order. For further practice and study, you can download all the author’s code—including the missteps—so you can see XP and agile concepts in action and assess how they fit into your own work.Pair program with an XP master, discovering how to:
  • Streamline and simplify the software development process
  • Work more effectively as part of an XP development team
  • Reduce missteps by designing, testing, and refining code in increments
  • Receive clearer specifications and feedback from customers
  • Write cleaner, more expressive code—and weed out more bugs
  • Conserve resources by planning and reassessing progress as you go
  • Maintain a sustainable work pace—and avoid burnout
  • Step up delivery dates, shipping the most crucial features first
  • Improve customer satisfaction!
  • About Ron JeffriesRon Jeffries was the onsite coach for the original eXtreme Programming software development project. He also helped plan and teach the first XP Immersion course. An independent consultant and veteran systems developer, he’s been a leader in the XP movement for more than eight years, speaking at developer events, writing articles, and editing the XProgramming.com Web site.
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