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What is the difference between extreme programming and the agile methodology to software development?
Last Updated: 19th April, 2020
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Keeping this in view, what is extreme programming in Agile methodology?
Extreme Programming (XP) is an agilesoftwaredevelopment framework that aims to produce higherqualitysoftware, and higher quality of life forthedevelopment team. XP is the most specific oftheagile frameworks regarding appropriate engineeringpracticesfor software development.
Subsequently, question is, why is extreme programming so called? Extreme programming (XP) is a softwaredevelopmentmethodology which is intended to improve softwarequality andresponsiveness to changing customer requirements. Themethodologytakes its name from the idea that the beneficialelements oftraditional software engineering practices are takento"extreme" levels.
Also question is, what is difference between Scrum and extreme programming?
XP teams typically work in iterations that are one ortwoweeks long. Scrum teams do not allow changes intotheirsprints. Extreme Programming teams work in astrictpriority order. Features to be developed are prioritized bythecustomer (Scrum's Product Owner) and the team is requiredtowork on them in that order.
What is the principle of extreme programming?
Extreme Programming is a softwaredevelopmentapproach based on values of simplicity, communication,feedback,and courage. Companies that build their workflow onXPprinciples and values create a competitive yetmotivationalatmosphere within and between teams.