Jacek Dajda, Stanisław Ciszewski


The basic limitation emerging from practising eXtreme Programming methodology is theconstraint of close physical proximity between the members of the collaborating team including customer. This became the main idea behind research on XP supporting environmentfor geographically distributed teams. This work presents basic assumptions, elaborated architecture and selected implementation issues for the system of this type. Deliberations aresupplied with the initial results of the verification of its usability based on the users tests.


eXtreme Programming support; Distributed eXtreme Programming; Virtual Pair Programming; Virtual Teaming

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