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  • extremeprogramming@yahoogroups.com
    The following extremeprogramming poll is now closed. Here are the final results: POLL QUESTION: How do you automate your acceptance tests? CHOICES AND RESULTS
    Message 1 of 78 , Nov 1, 2001
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      The following extremeprogramming poll is now closed. Here are the
      final results:


      POLL QUESTION: How do you automate your
      acceptance tests?

      CHOICES AND RESULTS
      - Use xUnit unmodified, 9 votes, 26.47%
      - Use xUnit modified to report #pass vs #fail, 0 votes, 0.00%
      - Use custom framework with tests written in the same language as the code-under-test, 5 votes, 14.71%
      - use custom framework that reads text files to specify the tests, 2 votes, 5.88%
      - use custom framework to read XML files to specify the tests, 2 votes, 5.88%
      - use a scripting architecture with tests written in a scripting language, 3 votes, 8.82%
      - use third-party GUI automation test-tool, 3 votes, 8.82%
      - use custom GUI automation test-tool, 0 votes, 0.00%
      - don't have automated acceptance tests, 10 votes, 29.41%
      - other..., 0 votes, 0.00%



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    • extremeprogramming@yahoogroups.com
      The following extremeprogramming poll is now closed. Here are the final results: POLL QUESTION: How is the architecture of the systems you build determined?
      Message 78 of 78 , Sep 14, 2005
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        The following extremeprogramming poll is now closed. Here are the
        final results:


        POLL QUESTION: How is the architecture of the systems you build determined?

        CHOICES AND RESULTS
        - The corporate senior architect tells the project lead architect what it will be, they tell us., 2 votes, 7.69%
        - The project architect determines it, in line with corporate policy, 2 votes, 7.69%
        - The team figures it out at the beginning, guided by an architectural specialist, 1 votes, 3.85%
        - The team figure it out themsleves, but mainly at the start of a project, 2 votes, 7.69%
        - It emerges primarily through refactoring, but within a given framework (eg J2EE) chosen/given at the start, 3 votes, 11.54%
        - It emerges primarily through refactoring, but within some technology choices made at the , 6 votes, 23.08%
        - It emerges purely through refactoring, against a fairly stable background, 1 votes, 3.85%
        - It emerges purely through refactoring, with new languages/technologies whatever introduced on the fly, 2 votes, 7.69%
        - A combination of these, 6 votes, 23.08%
        - Some other way, 1 votes, 3.85%

        INDIVIDUAL VOTES
        - The corporate senior architect tells the project lead architect what it will be, they tell us.
        - yahoogroups@...
        - zedfour1@...
        - The project architect determines it, in line with corporate policy
        - uberto@...
        - bnandury@...
        - The team figures it out at the beginning, guided by an architectural specialist
        - scott@...
        - The team figure it out themsleves, but mainly at the start of a project
        - zhcchz@...
        - tbergmen@...
        - It emerges primarily through refactoring, but within a given framework (eg J2EE) chosen/given at the start
        - fraz@...
        - christian@...
        - Bob.Jarvis@...
        - It emerges primarily through refactoring, but within some technology choices made at the
        - anthony_w.geo@...
        - sue@...
        - timk@...
        - pdmoore.YG@...
        - jim.ivey@...
        - pmj_heikkinen@...
        - It emerges purely through refactoring, against a fairly stable background
        - smarkel@...
        - It emerges purely through refactoring, with new languages/technologies whatever introduced on the fly
        - curtis.cooley@...
        - Keith.Braithwaite@...
        - A combination of these
        - w-p@...
        - bryan.nehl@...
        - kvalcanti@...
        - brad.dekker@...
        - adrianh@...
        - steve.tooke@...
        - Some other way
        - cederic@...


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