Agile Processes in Software Engineering and Extreme Programming: 9th International Conference, XP 2008, Limerick, Ireland, June 10-14, 2008, Proceedings

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Pekka Abrahamsson, Richard Baskerville, Kieran Conboy, Brian Fitzgerald, Lorraine Morgan, Xiaofeng Wang
Springer Science & Business Media, 10 juin 2008 - 258 pages
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The XP conference series established in 2000 was the first conference dedicated to agile processes in software engineering. The idea of the conference is to offer a unique setting for advancing the state of the art in the research and practice of agile processes. This year’s conference was the ninth consecutive edition of this international event. The conference has grown to be the largest conference on agile software development outside North America. The XP conference enjoys being one of those conferences that truly brings practitioners and academics together. About 70% of XP participants come from industry and the number of academics has grown steadily over the years. XP is more of an experience rather than a regular conference. It offers several different ways to interact and strives to create a truly collaborative environment where new ideas and exciting findings can be presented and shared. For example, this year’s open space session, which was “a conference within a conference”, was larger than ever before. Agile software development is a unique phenomenon from several perspectives.
 

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Table des matières

Facilitating Agile Innovation
1
Theory and Practice
11
Misfit or Misuse? Lessons from Implementation of Scrum in Radical Product Innovation
21
The eXtreme Programming Case
32
Adopting Agile in a Large Organisation
42
An Observational Study of a Distributed Card Based Planning Environment
53
The TDDGuide Training and Guidance Tool for TestDriven Development
63
Exploiting Dependencies between Tests to Improve Defect Localization
73
The Story of Transition to Agile Software Development
212
Predicting Software Fault Proneness Model Using Neural Network
215
Multimodal Functional Test Execution
218
Social Network Analysis of Communication in Open Source Projects
220
Toward Empowering Extreme Programming from an Architectural Viewpoint
222
A MetricBased Approach to Assess Class Testability
224
Inside View of an Extreme Process
226
To Track QA Work or Not That Is the Question
228

An Agile Development Process and Its Assessment Using Quantitative ObjectOriented Metrics
83
Where Did Agile Thinking Come From?
94
Seven Years of XP 50 Customers 100 Projects and 500 Programmers Lessons Learnt and Ideas for Improvement
104
Applying XP to an AgileInexperienced Software Development Team
114
Investigating the Usefulness of PairProgramming in a Mature Agile Team
127
Agile Information System Development in Practice
137
A Preliminary Conceptual Model for Exploring Global Agile Teams
147
Scrum Implementation Using Kotters Change Model
161
Agile Estimation with Monte Carlo Simulation
172
The Pomodoro Technique for Sustainable Pace in Extreme Programming Teams
180
The Perceived Business Value
185
Explicit Risk Management in Agile Processes
190
An Agile Planning Tool for Digital Tabletops
202
Investigating the Role of Trust in Agile Methods Using a Light Weight Systematic Literature Review
204
Agile Practices in a Product Development Organization
208
Finding Value
210
Build Notifications in Agile Environments
230
An Empirical Study
232
Experience on the Human Side of Agile
234
Retrospective Exploration Workshop
236
Agile Taboos in a Large Organization
238
BIOHAZARD Engineering the Change Virus
240
ArchitectureCentric Methods and Agile Approaches
242
Exploring Agile Coaching
244
The Agile Technique Hour
246
Agile Open Source Tools Academy
248
Theres No Such Thing as Best Practice
250
Challenges and Synergies
251
Architecture and Agility Are Not Mutually Exclusive
256
Author Index
257
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