Extreme Programming (XP) is a five aspect technique to code in a disciplined way. Parts of it (Refactoring) are well suited to tool support, though such extant tools are rather basic. It is very useful in object-oriented programming, Forth programming, and uses fully the Refactoring programming methodology.

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(ootips) Extreme Programming
Summaries of the main concepts of XP.
eAD Extreme Programming Issue
An issue of Cutter Consortium's "eBusiness Application Development" newsletter dedicated to discussions of XP and Crystal Clear.
Extreme Programming
Growing article, with links to many related topics. [Wikipedia]
Extreme Programming FAQ
Frequently asked questions about Extreme Programming (XP).
Extreme Programming: A Gentle Introduction
Introduction to Extreme Programming, one of several new lightweight software development methodologies. By J. Donovan Wells.
Extreme Programming: XP
Short explanation of XP aspects relevant to customers: iterations, user stories, acceptance tests, releases. Open Source Articles.
ExtremeProgrammingRoadmap
C2 Wiki's resource guide to XP.
Introduction to Extreme Programming
Part one of this paper introduces Extreme Programming (XP) by comparing risk management approaches to software development. Part two covers the twelve practices of an Extreme Programming project.
William Wake: Software Design and Development
Extreme Programming practitioner, and author of book: Extreme Programming Explored, Addison Wesley; draft online. Also links, games, refactorings, essays, and XP Radar Chart.
Xp Glossary
Glossary of Extreme Programming terms and acronyms.
XP Mailing List
An active discussion forum for XP.
XP123 - Exploring Extreme Programming
The XPlorations series by William C. Wake
Extreme Programming: The Zero G Experience
How a software company saved itself by overhauling its development process-and trusting its engineers' instincts. Technology Review. (November 01, 2003)
Extreme Programming Explained
Review and forum discussion on book, Kent Beck's XP Explained. Slashdot. (December 21, 1999)
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