Whos Writing About Xp

Who's writing about XP?

Who's right now actively working on an article or a book on the topic? Who's planning to? -- FrankWestphal

Please star new entries, and remove previous stars.

Please try to include the year with the dates for time sensitive items.


Books

SamsTeachYourselfExtremeProgramming in 24hours
by StewartBaird. ISBN 0672324415 . This book is aimed at the beginner to intermediate level.

ExtremeProgrammingExplainedEmbraceChange
by KentBeck ISBN 0-201-61641-6 about the philosophy behind XP. Translated into: Italian, German, Japanese, French, and Polish.

RefactoringImprovingTheDesignOfExistingCode
by MartinFowler ISBN 0-201-48567-2 .

PlanningExtremeProgramming
by KentBeck, MartinFowler ISBN 0201710919 .

TestDrivenDevelopmentByExample
by KentBeck ISBN 0321146530

ExtremeProgrammingInstalled
by RonJeffries, ChetHendrickson, and AnnAnderson. ISBN 0201708426 This book describes what makes XP work, day to day and month to month.

ExtremeProgrammingExamined
by GiancarloSucci? & MicheleMarchesi (editors). ISBN 0201710404 This book contains many papers on XP and Agile Methodologies, presented at XpTwoThousand Conference in Cagliari, Sardinia.

ExtremeProgrammingInPractice
by JimNewkirk and RobertMartin. This book is a case study of a web-based application in XP. ISBN 0201709376

ExtremeProgrammingApplied
by KenAuer and RoyMiller. ISBN 0201616408 This book is advice to those who are starting up XP projects from the pioneers who have already done it.

ExtremeProgrammingExplored
by BillWake. ISBN 0201733978 .

PracticalGuideToExtremeProgramming
by DaveAstels, GranvilleMiller, and MiroslavNovak. The definite Gospel Book to preach XP in your company (from an independent review on Amazon.com) ISBN 0130674826 Translated into Portugese, Russian, Polish, etc.

*Maitriser les projets avec l'Extreme Programming
by ThierryCros. ISBN 2854286391 (see amazon.fr)

L'Extreme Programming, avec 2 ?udes de cas
by JeanLouisBenard?, LaurentBossavit, RegisMedina, DominicWilliams. ISBN 2212110510

PairProgrammingIlluminated
by LaurieWilliams and RobertKessler. ISBN 0201745763

TestingExtremeProgramming
by LisaCrispin and TipHouse. ISBN 0321113551 On acceptance testing and how testers contribute to XP projects.

AgileSoftwareDevelopment
by AlistairCockburn. A work on light-weight methodologies. ISBN 0201699699 http://members.aol.com/humansandt/crystal/clear/

AgileSoftwareDevelopmentPrinciplesPatternsAndPractices
by RobertMartin. ISBN 0135974445

ExtremeProgrammingRefactored
by MattStephens and DougRosenberg. ISBN 1590590961 Tongue-in-cheek analysis of problems in XP. Suggests alternatives, and ways of patching XP for larger projects.

TestDrivenDevelopmentaPracticalGuide
by DaveAstels. A very tutorial-oriented book on Test Driven Development using Java. ISBN 0131016490 .

ExtremeProgrammingPerspectives
by MicheleMarchesi, GiancarloSucci?, DonWells, and LaurieWilliams. ISBN 0201770059

Many recent books are missing from the above list. Why not cruise on over to Amazon and grab one or two more from their "Related Items" list?


Recent Titles

2005

PracticesOfAnAgileDeveloper : Working in the Real World (Pragmatic Programmers) : by VenkatSubramaniam, AndyHunt ISBN 097451408X

AgileEstimatingAndPlanning : by MikeCohn ISBN 0131479415

AgileWebDevelopmentWithRails : A Pragmatic Guide (Pragmatic Programmers) (Paperback) by DaveThomas, DavidHeinemeierHansson, AndreasSchwarz, ThomasFuchs, LeonBreedt, MikeClark ISBN 097669400X


Book fragments

Books in Process

Articles (See ExtremeArticles, XpInTheNews)

In Person

XpTrainingClasses


Other web pages about ExtremeProgramming

<http://www.extremeprogramming.org/>

<http://www.xprogramming.com/>

<http://industriallogic.com/xp/>

<http://www.xp123.com/>

<http://www.xpdeveloper.net/>

<http://www.egroups.com/group/extremeprogramming/> (mailing list)

<http://www.egroups.com/group/xpspanish/> (mailing list in Spanish)

<http://www.smiling.com.cn/group/homepage.ecgi?group_id=9999> (XpChina mailing list in Chinese)

in Japanese: <http://www.esm.co.jp/divisions/open-sys/eXtremeProgramming/xp-faq.html>

in German: http://www.frankwestphal.de

in Italian: http://www.oxp.it/extreme.htm

in French: http://www.xp-france.net, http://www.design-up.com and also a mailing list: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/xp-france

in Spanish: http://www.programacionextrema.org

in Russian: http://www.xprogramming.ru

in Traditional Chinese: http://www.dotspace.idv.tw

in Korean: http://www.xper.org


OopsLa usually has a few sessions on XP as well every year (more than stated above).


Most of this page is really WhosWrittenAboutXp?. I think Frank had more of a current list in mind, rather than just another XP bibliography.


Currently (2006)

MichaelFeathers: XP2006 is over. Here's the first in a series of writeups about what happened:
Agile developers Decision making is covered in an article examining naturalistic versus rational approaches:
CategoryExtremeProgramming

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