Agile Architecture Report

Detailed report on applying agile practices to an architectural project: http://www.architecturalpractices.com/articles_report_001.html. An interesting excerpt:

One of the things I like about Extreme Programming (XP) is that its advocates gladly share their experiences using it. This sharing contributes in many ways to its increasing value as a project management process. We can all review, comment, and learn from each other.

With this end in mind, I offer the following report on an architectural project completed recently using XPM practices. XPM is an acronym for Extreme Project Management, my version of a set of practices based on Extreme Programming. It shows one way XP practices can be adapted to a non-software project. I hope others using or considering similar practices will find this report useful for their own endeavors.


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