Fundamentals of eXtreme Programming

The term Extreme Programming (XP) was coined by Kent Beck, in late 1990s.  The purpose behind inventing XP was to find a way to deliver high quality software, developed by small teams, and to keep up with the changing requirements of customer. Although, XP is more than a decade old now, it is still being practiced by a lot of developers around the world.

The following slide deck and videos, which are part of KnolX Session, conducted by Knoldus every week on Wednesday, covers the Fundamentals of Extreme Programming (XP).

Part I:

Part II:

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