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UP? RUP? DRUP? XP?

 
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Hi guys.
Excuse my lack of knowledge about presumably crucial terms related to professional programming, being a hobby programmer myself, but could anyone tell me what these are?
(I bet DRUP is Distributed RUP, and XP must be something extreme or experienced, but... )
Or, you aren't all excited about the last Office version from MS?
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XP is short for Extreme Programming. Lots of info at the following:
www.extremeprogramming.org
www.objectmentor.com
www.xprogramming.com
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UP - Unified Process
RUP - Rational Unified Process
 
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