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Towards the effective distribution of agile practice

By Paul J Adams and Cornelia Boldyreff

Abstract

The agile methods are quickly gaining notoriety amongst\ud software engineers. Having been developed over the past decade, they now present a mature, lightweight alternative to the "classic" approaches to software engineering. Although agile methods have solved some of the problems of established software engineering practice, they\ud have created some problems of their own. Most importantly, we can infer a, potentially problematic, requirement of collocation. In this research I intend to develop a system that will allow the effective distribution of agile practice, with a particular focus on the eXtreme Programming method. This paper discusses the motivation for this research and outlines the proposed research method and evaluation

Topics: G600 Software Engineering
Publisher: University of Lincoln
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.lincoln.ac.uk:48

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