Agile Development. Filozofia programowania zwinnego [NOOK Book]

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Zbiór praktycznych wskazówek dla producentów oprogramowania

  • Jak wdro?y? metodologi? programowania zwinnego?
  • W jaki sposób zaanga?owa? klientów w projekt?
  • Jak kontrolowa? jako?? produktów?

Programowanie zwinne (Agile Development) to obecnie jedna z najpopularniejszych metodologii zarz?dzania projektami programistycznymi. Metodyka Agile jest szczególnie u?yteczna w ma?ych ...

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Overview

Zbiór praktycznych wskazówek dla producentów oprogramowania

  • Jak wdro?y? metodologi? programowania zwinnego?
  • W jaki sposób zaanga?owa? klientów w projekt?
  • Jak kontrolowa? jako?? produktów?

Programowanie zwinne (Agile Development) to obecnie jedna z najpopularniejszych metodologii zarz?dzania projektami programistycznymi. Metodyka Agile jest szczególnie u?yteczna w ma?ych zespo?ach programistycznych, w których z racji u?atwionej komunikacji nie ma potrzeby tworzenia rozbudowanej dokumentacji. Programowanie zwinne opiera si? na iteracyjnej realizacji kolejnych etapów projektu. Kluczem do sukcesu w tej metodzie jest efektywna wspó?praca mi?dzy cz?onkami zespo?u projektowego.

Ksi??ka "Agile Development. Filozofia programowania zwinnego" to przewodnik po programowaniu ekstremalnym, oznaczanym zwykle skrótem XP, które jest jedn? z technik wchodz?cych w sk?ad tej metodyki. Czytaj?c j?, dowiesz si?, jak wdra?a? metodologi? Agile w firmie, na czym polega programowanie ekstremalne i jak? rol? w procesie pe?ni? poszczególni cz?onkowie grupy projektowej. Nauczysz si? budowa? zespó? i okre?la? zakresy zada? osób bior?cych udzia? w pracach, planowa? harmogram udost?pniania kolejnych wersji produktu oraz kierowa? procesem jego tworzenia. Poznasz metody testowania programu i usuwania z niego b??dów, zasady pisania dokumentacji oraz regu?y prowadzenia spotka? roboczych z klientami.

  • Wdra?anie programowania zwinnego
  • Techniki programowania ekstremalnego
  • Cz?onkowie zespo?u XP
  • Zarz?dzanie zespo?em
  • Anga?owanie klienta w proces wytwórczy
  • Tworzenie raportów
  • Udost?pnianie kolejnych wersji systemu
  • Standardy pisania kodu
  • Testowanie i usuwanie b??dów
  • Optymalizacja wydajno?ci programu
Od filozofii do mistrzostwa w zwinnym programowaniu!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781457176029
  • Publisher: Helion
  • Publication date: 10/25/2012
  • Language: Polish
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 480
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

James Shore has been leading teams in Agile development since 1999. A team member on that first project introduced him Ward Cunningham's wiki, where they were talking about a crazy idea called Extreme Programming. Despite the ridiculous name, James tried Extreme Programming on his next project and discovered that it worked far better than it sounded. James has been speaking, teaching, and writing about Agile methods ever since. Today, he continues to lead Agile teams using the best ideas from Scrum, Extreme Programming, and Lean.


James has contributed a large number of projects and ideas to the Agile community. He authored the first test-driven development framework for .NET web programming and coordinated the development of Ward Cunningham's Fit, the first major acceptance-testing tool. In 2005, the Agile Alliance recognized James with their highest honor, the Gordon Pask Award for Contributions to Agile Practice. James is a featured speaker at conferences around the world. He may be found online at jamesshore.com.

Shane Warden is the Online Managing Editor at O'Reilly Media. He promotes free and open source software for O'Reilly's Open Technology Exchange. In practice, this means editing and researching. He is a co-author of The Art of Agile Development.


He has contributed to several projects including Perl 5, Perl 6, Pugs, and, these days, Parrot. Someday, he'd like to claim some responsibility for improving the quality of all software.

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