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Title: Extreme programming: a case study in software engineering courses
Authors: Assassa, Ghazy
Mathkour, Hassan
Al Dossari, Hmood
Keywords: Extreme Programming
Software Engineering
Students Projects
Educational Environment
XP
Computer Sciences
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: King Saud University
Citation: National Information Technology Symposium: cofrence proceeding (1st:Riyadh: 2006); 233-240
Abstract: Extreme Programming (XP) is considered as the most popular of the various flavours of “agile” software methodologies. In this paper, the authors explore the practices of XP in the context of software engineering education. The practices of XP are examined and as they influence students skills related to software engineering courses. The paper discusses an experiment that was carried out to apply XP in a software engineering course project in the department of Computer Science at the College of Computer and Information Sciences, king Saud University. The project lasted eleven weeks and included three releases. Results and feed back from students are reported and recommendations are highlighted.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2377
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