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Unformatted text preview: LehighUML Project John Pequeno, Adam Balgach, Sally Moritz & Professor Glenn Blank Extreme Programming XP Method Iterative Development Iterations measured in minutes to weeks Time of iteration dependent on project type. LehighUML Iterations of 1 to 3 weeks Not by any means a rigid Software Process. Very open to interpretation, and custom implementations based on the requirements of a specific project. Extreme Programming Reqs. The few XP Requirements that are a must are: Short iterations of Req Solicitation-> Iteration Design -> Development -> Testing -> Acceptance Testing Very close communication with customer. Extreme Programming Iteration Integrated Development With Customer One of the few requirements of extreme programming (XP) is to have the customer available. Not only to help the development team, but to be a part of it as well. All phases of an XP project require communication with the customer, preferably face to face, on site. It's best to customer, preferably face to face, on site....
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