RE: [scrumdevelopment] Scrum and XP...
- Also keep in mind that many Scrum teams are not exclusively composed of
programmers. Our Scrum teams average about 50/50. The programmers pair
and do TDD, but planning and tasks breakdown follow Scrum practices.
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> The more I "do scrum" the more I suspect XP is more appropriate for
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> After all, scrum (afaict) embodies a lot of XP's "project methodology"
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> I'm starting to find that effective scrum requires programming models
> as TDD. XP already has this all sorted out.
> Do scrum teams end up migrating to XP?
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- Ditto...this is exactly the structure that we've set up in my company.Jim SchielOn Tuesday, February 28, 2006, at 7:07:31 PM, Jeff wrote:
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>Scrum and XP best-practices are complementary, not mutually exclusive.
>> Do scrum teams end up migrating to XP?
I prefer to use Scrum and incorporate best practices like TDD, continuous integration, and pair programming. Scrum provides an excellent structure for planning, executing, and reviewing iterations. Without this structure, or an analogous replacement, XP best-practices in isolation becomes chaotic at worst, and lose focus of the bigger picture at best.
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