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Monday, 4 November – 8:30-17:00 Full day

10 Distributed eXtreme Programming

Prashant Jain
Manystreams, Inc., India,prashant@noida.manystreams.com
Michael Kircher
Siemens AG, Corporate Technology, Michael.Kircher@mchp.siemens.de
David Stotts
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,stotts@cs.unc.edu
Laurie Williams
North Carolina State University,lawilli3@unity.ncsu.edu
Alan Wills
FastNLoose,alan@fastnloose.com

Distributed eXtreme Programming (DXP) is eXtreme Programming with a relaxation on the requirements of close physical proximity of the team members. DXP is a fairly new concept that is increasingly being used across many companies. The aim of this workshop is to bring together practitioners who have tried using DXP as well as those who have used XP and are now faced with the need for applying XP in a distributed environment. This workshop will be especially valuable to OOPSLA participants who are involved in development activity that is geographically distributed and are interested in applying XP as the methodology in such a setting.

Workshop URL: http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~mk1/DXP.