36971Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: A tale of two Scrums
- Mar 8, 2009"almost indistinguishable"Really!?! I think the roles are much more explicit in Scrum....and even practices (other than the planning and stand-up) are quite different... without being prescriptive.Yes, if you are talking about the way stories are picked up for the iteration/Sprint, there is not much difference. In arriving at an approach for managing projects (small or large) Scrum surely brings much more clarity and over all control than XP does.I'm not splitting hairs, pointing out how the SPM is conducted vurses how an XP iteration is planned, would be.
--- On Sat, 7/3/09, Ron Jeffries <ronjeffries@...> wrote:
From: Ron Jeffries <ronjeffries@...>
Subject: Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: A tale of two Scrums
Date: Saturday, 7 March, 2009, 11:53 PMHello, Lang. On Saturday, March 7, 2009, at 9:11:51 AM, you wrote:
> This seems to imply that Scrum and XP are the same. I'm pretty
> new to Scrum and agile so I'm hoping to improve my understanding.
> My understanding of Scrum is it's a way to manage agile software
> development and a wrapper for the engineering practices. XP
> represents the engineering practices that seem to align best with
> Scrum but are not prescribed by Scrum.
XP //includes// engineering practices. It is, however, a full-on
Agile method whose management wrapper is almost indistinguishable
from that of Scrum, especially now that Scrummers are adopting more
aspects from the XP lexicon.
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