Category Adopting Xp
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is for pages relating primarily to adopting / migrating to
Distilled Experience pages
Lessons (being) learned.
(Although most pages talk about what they do, not how they got there from non-Xp)
Fix biggest problems one at a time
An ongoing project diary
Another project diary, quite extensive, with summaries
Project diary for a large XP effort
Case histories of people's mindsets moving from no XP awareness thru the first media contacts to some kind of mental or project acceptance.
Another project diary, of an attempt at programmer-driven change.
Part experience part discussion pages
It doesn't matter what you say, it matters what you do...I have to use stealth and
Start with the
... and testing
Yet another partial-Xp story
Marketing done the
Well, how about if we: Actually do XP; Be successful; Publish our success?
Posit a hypothetical developer...
XP is making the transition from enthusiasts to early adopters
...there must be some way to start XP projects without an experienced XP guru directly involved
I agree with the two people before me. Publish!
as a series of steps towards XP
...can't we do it without diluting the message we XP guys are working so hard to transmit?
Let's be careful not to give XP a bad reputation!
...but at least we don't have any design documentation, and we don't comment our code much!
People should be skeptical of new ideas that challenge their experience...XP is a paradigm shift
I'm sold on XP; what next ?
What parts of extreme programming do we need to adopt first?
Should we adopt Extreme Programming a piece at a time?
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