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Extreme Programming Explored (XP Series) (英語) ペーパーバック – 2001/7/18
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You know what XP is, how to get it up and running, and how to plan projects using it. Now its time to expand your use of Extreme Programming and learn the best practices of this popular discipline. In Extreme Programming Explored, you can read about best practices as learned from the concrete experience of successful XP developers. Author and programmer Bill Wake provides answers to practical questions about XP implementation. Using hands-on examples--including code samples written in the Java programming language--this book demonstrates the day-to-day mechanics of working on an XP team and shows well-defined methods for carrying out a successful XP project. The book is divided into three parts: *Part 1, Programming--programming incrementally, test-first, and refactoring. *Part 2, Team Practices--code ownership, integration, overtime, and pair programming; how XP approaches system architecture; and how a system metaphor shapes a common vision, a shared vocabulary, and the architecture. *Part 3, Processes--how to write stories to plan a release; how to plan iterations; and the activities in a typical day for the customer, the programmer, and the manager of an XP project. To demonstr
William C. Wake, http://www.xp123.com , is an independent software consultant, coach, and trainer with more than twenty years of programming experience. Bill previously held positions with Capital One Financial, DMR Trecom, and VTLS, Inc. He is the author of the Refactoring Workbook and Extreme Programming Explored (both from Addison-Wesley).
Also the book is pretty thin and quite expensive for the small amount of content it contains. In my opinion you'd be better off buying Fowler's Refactoring book and downloading the JUnit docs, and reading Jeffries' XP Installed.
The book has examples on test-first programmming as well as refactering. I like to learn by example. It's a great way to learn. The examples are just right, not too complex nor too simplistic, and it brought out the concepts fairly well.
This book, IMO is a nice extension to the book "Extreme Programming Explained". A great book to grab after you have heard of XP and thinking of embracing it. Let the author's experience help you in getting up to speed with XP fast. :)