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RE: [chicago-agile-dev] RE: [scrumdevelopment] RE: [XP] Scrum and XP

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  • Mike Beedle
    ... Brad: These are interesting thoughts indeed. Much to be worked by present and future agileers, - Mike
    Message 1 of 20 , May 16, 2002
      Brad Appleton wrote:
      > I wonder if some of this can be addressed using
      > ideas similar to what Alistair used in
      > 'Agile Software Development" and his Crystal
      > Methodologies...
      >
      > It seems to me that Mike has perhaps found a new
      > "niche" or "family" of methodologies that mix
      > XP and SCRUM together in project-specific ways
      > based on some project-specific parameters
      > for certain tradeoff conditions (optimizing for
      > reuse versus for ???).
      > I wonder where on the spectrum of Crystal methods
      > the particular set of conditions are that lead to
      > this 'family of methods' that has the intersection
      > of SCRUM+XP as its basis? I think it is probably not
      > a problem to have a separate name to identify this
      > "space" rooted at the intersection, and having
      > a name for specific instantiation that is optimized
      > for certain conditions seems fine too so long as
      > it isn't claiming to be a brand new methodology
      > (rather, its a named variation or 'flavor' in
      > this particular 'family' or 'subfamily' within
      > the agile methodology space).
      >
      > We still need names for all these things, they
      > just don't all have to be in the same namespace
      > at the same level of abstraction/granularity :)

      Brad:

      These are interesting thoughts indeed.

      Much to be worked by present and future agileers,

      - Mike
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