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"The Role of the Customer in Software Development—The XP Customer: Fad or Fashion?"
Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications
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The Role of the Customer in Software Development—The XP Customer: Fad or Fashion?

Meeting Rooms 11-12
Tuesday, 15:30, 1 hour 30 minutes
 


 
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Panel Chair: Steven Fraser, Independent Consultant
Co-convener: Angela Martin, Victoria University of Wellington
Robert Biddle, Carleton University
David Hussman, SGF Software
Granville Miller, Microsoft
Mary Poppendieck, Cutter Consortium Consultant
Linda Rising, Independent Consultant
Mark Striebeck, VA Software

One of the core XP (eXtreme Programming) practices is that of the "on-site customer." This panel will discuss the role, its benefits, challenges and possible extensions to main-stream software development practices.