Comparison of Scrum and Extreme Programming
- On Monday, September 19, 2005, at 11:43:51 PM, U.Buddhini Wackista-aratchie wrote:
> Can anyone please tell me the comparison of Scrum and ExtremeI'd suggest studying both in detail. Enlightenment about Agile
> Programming? I want to compare both the processes.
software development does not come from sound bites, but from
careful study and, ultimately, assiduous practice.
In brief, XP explicitly includes software engineering practices, and
Scrum does not. In practice, if you fuzz your eyes right, Scrum and
XP planning are quite similar. The processes are compatible in the
sense that adding XP-style practices to Scrum is so natural that
some Scrum principals say the practices have been in there all the
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Wackista-aratchie" <sai_ubw@y...> wrote:
> Hi All,Programming? I want to compare both the processes.
> Can anyone please tell me the comparison of Scrum and Extreme
>Well to add to what Ron has said below, I'd say that scrum is more
> Best Regards,
concerned with project management and is fairly agnostic about the
XP is more focused, or perhaps I should say people who look into XP
are more focused, on the engineering practices without as much
concentration on the project management aspect. That's not to say XP
doesn't manage project, but their PM styles are different enough to
Did you have a specific question?