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Developing Complex Projects Using XP with Extensions
June 2003 (vol. 36 no. 6)
pp. 67-73
Martin Lippert, IT Workplace Solutions
Petra Becker-Pechau, IT Workplace Solutions
Holger Breitling, IT Workplace Solutions
J? Koch, IT Workplace Solutions
Andreas Kornst?dt, IT Workplace Solutions
Stefan Roock, IT Workplace Solutions
Axel Schmolitzky, IT Workplace Solutions
Henning Wolf, IT Workplace Solutions
Heinz Z?llighoven, IT Workplace Solutions

Using methodological extensions to adapt XP for major projects offers high security and reliability with-out limiting agile software development's advantages. The authors describe their use of XP extensions that focus on development's planning and controlling aspects, demonstrating that a suitably adapted agile development process is applicable to long-term, large-system projects.

Citation:
Martin Lippert, Petra Becker-Pechau, Holger Breitling, J? Koch, Andreas Kornst?dt, Stefan Roock, Axel Schmolitzky, Henning Wolf, Heinz Z?llighoven, "Developing Complex Projects Using XP with Extensions," Computer, vol. 36, no. 6, pp. 67-73, June 2003, doi:10.1109/MC.2003.1204377
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