Development & Testing with Agile: Extreme Programming

Agile 2021    |    Intermediate
  • 21 Videos | 2h 41m 54s
  • Includes Assessment
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The Extreme Programming methodology is intended to improve software quality and responsiveness, as well as handle changing software requirements. In this course, you'll learn how Extreme Programming is a framework that aims to produce higher quality software and an efficient and positive way of life for the developers on the team. You'll dive deep into the Extreme Programming methodology including its concepts, life cycle, and roles. You'll explore source control tools such as GIT, as well as how they are used in Extreme Programming. By the end of the course, you'll have also learned the benefits of Extreme Programming, including the interconnected set of twelve practices and how the methodology as a whole is helping to integrate Agile into software development for an efficient and dynamic team.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    describe Extreme Programming (XP) concepts, including its roles, values, and benefits
    describe extreme programming using a software development use case
    recognize the planning game practice and its purpose
    recognize the pair programming practice and its purpose
    describe the effectiveness of pair programming as an Agile tool to develop software
    recognize the test-driven development practice and its benefits
    define the test-driven development cycle from beginning to end
    describe the customer's role in XP
    provide an overview of source control management and tools
    describe source control tools and how they can be used in an Agile project
  • recognize the practice of continuous integration
    demonstrate how continuous integration tools help Agile software development
    describe the coding standard practice and its benefits to Agile software development
    describe the concept of collective code ownership and its benefits
    identify the practice of code refactoring
    describe how code refactoring helps Agile software development based on examples
    recognize the small releases practice and its use for iterative releases in Agile software development
    recognize the system metaphor practice and its elements
    describe the concepts behind the 40-hour week
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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