last updated 22 November 2015 by Kevin Trethewey

XP teams follow a common coding standard, so that all the code in the system looks as if it was written by a single – very competent – individual. The specifics of the standard are not important: what is important is that all the code looks familiar, in support of collective ownership.

For more information, review the XP archetype.

(Source: Ron Jeffries)


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last updated 22 November 2015 by Kevin Trethewey

XP teams follow a common coding standard, so that all the code in the system looks as if it was written by a single – very competent – individual. The specifics of the standard are not important: what is important is that all the code looks familiar, in support of collective ownership.

For more information, review the XP archetype.

(Source: Ron Jeffries)