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Difference between JDDT & Extreme Methodologies

 
Rr Kumaran
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Hi,
Can you please tell what are the differences between various software development methodologies like JDDT(Join Design Development and Testing .. this is similar to Oracle's AIM methodology I guess), Extreeme Programming, Agile Programming, RUP.

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Kumar.
 
Lasse Koskela
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Kumar, please take a moment to read our naming policy and proceed to changing your display name accordingly.
Thanks.
 
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I really think it would be best to simply look up descriptions for each and build your own concept of the differences. Anyway, here are some one-liners:
XP = A disciplined agile process built on a set of established core practices
RUP = A (commercial) bag of practices and artifacts to pick from for your custom process instance, can be anything from very waterfallish to very agile
AP = No such thing, I guess? I've only heard of "agile programming" as an abstract category of agile methods such as XP.
JDDT = No idea.
 
Surasak Leenapongpanit
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Hi
What is a JDDT methodology?
 
Ilja Preuss
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Mhh, Google didn't find anything on JDDT...
 
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