XP (Extreme Programming) is a form of Agile software development. This site contains Bill Wake’s essays on XP, Agile, Lean, Scrum, and related topics.
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Most Popular Articles
- INVEST in Good Stories: I, N, V, E, S, T
- Resources: Refactoring, TDD, Set-Based Design, Coaching, Testing.
- Twenty Ways to Split Stories
- XP on One Page
- Scrum on a Page
- Set-Based Concurrent Engineering
- Room and Charts Gallery (Contribute! Share your pictures.)
- Scrum from Hell
- Test-First Challenge
- Job Aids (now an external site)
- Games (area)
Check out the reviews (mostly books) on a variety of topics.
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Bill Wake is a senior consultant with Industrial Logic. Check out our great e-learning on TDD, refactoring, user stories, and more! Bill has been involved with XP and Agile software for more than ten years, in a variety of domains including financial, biotechnology, publishing, and more. His other interests include design, games, and dulcimer.
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Some material formerly on this site has migrated to other sites:
- billwake.com contains Bill’s posts unrelated to agile software.
- jobaids.info contains material on how to create job aids.
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