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RE: [scrumdevelopment] Updates and xP@Scrum

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  • Mike Beedle
    ... Ken: I think that is healthy. xP@Scrum is Scrum as an XP wrapper, and no doubt, it brings a lot of value. XBreed is that but is more than that: 1) It
    Message 1 of 4 , Oct 12, 2001
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      > For search engines, it's now xPatScrum. Logo is still xP@Scrum, but
      > that's a graphic. Thanks for the pointer. xP@Scrum is
      > different than xBreed, although both follow the same principles.
      > One is Mike Beedle's, the other is mine.
      > Ken

      Ken:

      I think that is healthy.

      xP@Scrum is Scrum as an XP wrapper, and no doubt, it brings a lot of value.

      XBreed is that but is more than that:

      1) It relies heavily on Alexanderian ideas,
      2) It focuses on reusability,
      3) It allows a benign type of architect (a no-no in XP circles), and
      4) It grew out in the trenches i.e. it was not a concept before it was
      implemented

      I am interested in hearing Ken's opinions on this,

      - Mike

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