Extreme Programming (XP): Definition & Examples


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What is Extreme Programming?

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1. What is Pair Programming?

2. Which of the following is NOT a practice of Extreme Programming?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

If you're wondering how well you understand the basics of extreme programming (XP), this quiz and worksheet can help! Multiple-choice questions on these assessments are designed to check your comprehension of pair programming, continuous integration, the Planning Game and practices of extreme programming.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet can quickly assess your knowledge of the following:

  • Meaning of pair programming
  • Description of continuous integration
  • Planning Game meaning
  • Definition and practices of extreme programming

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define key phrases like continuous integration
  • Distinguishing differences - differentiate between extreme programming and pair programming
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the Planning Game and practices of extreme programming

Additional Learning

Paired with this quiz and worksheet is a lesson called Extreme Programming (XP): Definition & Examples. Explore this lesson at your own pace to discover or improve your existing knowledge of the following:

  • Why extreme practices are needed when developing reliable software applications
  • Development process based on the recursive building of primitive tests based on user stories
  • Definition of refactoring
  • Five core values of extreme programming ethos
  • Shared code and responsibility as related to development team members