- XP (Computer science)
- Computer programming
- found: Work cat.: 99036995: Beck, K. eXtreme programming, 1999: CIP galley (eXtreme programming (henceforth XP). XP is a lightweight methodology for small-to-medium sized teams developing software in the face of vague or rapidly changing requirements)
- found: eXtreme programming web site, July 2, 1999 (EXtreme programming (XP) is the name that Kent Beck has given to the lightweight team process which he has been evolving over the years. In XP, we use a very lightweight combination of practices to create a team that can rapidly produce extremely reliable, efficient, well-factored software. Many of the XP practices were created and tested as part of the Chrysler C3 project, which is a very successful payroll system implemented in Smalltalk)
- 1999-06-24: new
- 2002-04-16: revised
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