The XProgramming Format

Here s what part of this chapter looks like in the XProgramming XML format:

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<date updated="no">20020710</date>
<title>XML Notepad Stories</title>
<author>Ron Jeffries</author>
<precis>My colleague Chet Hendrickson and I are working with .NET and C#,
to learn it, with the intention of writing the book you're holding in your
hands. Our chosen application is the "XM L Notepad." Here's the initial
vision and some stories.</precis>
<sect1><title>Building an Application Extreme-Programming Style</title>
<P>In this book, we'll be working on a real application. Although the app
will be small enough to fit in the book, it will be large enough, and tricky
enough, to offer some important lessons a bout how a real application might
<P>As you know, I am a strong proponent of Extreme Programming and "agile"
software development, so there will be a lot of XP-related discussion in the
book. I'll also be drawing on my years o f programming experience (much of it
good), with the hope of bringing out some generally useful techniques.
Finally, I'll be discovering, as we go, how to use the C# language and the
Microsoft .NET tools.</P>
<P>The book, therefore, is a journey of discovery, a journey led by an
experienced guide who is nonetheless new to this specific territory. If we're
lucky, I won't make a complete fool of myself!</P>
<P>Our project begins, as most do, as a vague initial idea, followed shortly
by an optimistic dream of what might b e possible, followed by a long period
of progress toward a goal that changes along the way. Extreme Programming has
taught me some ways of dealing ef fectively with such things, and that's part
of what we'll be looking at as we go along.</P>

Extreme Programming Adventures in C#
Javaв„ў EE 5 Tutorial, The (3rd Edition)
ISBN: 735619492
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 291 © 2008-2017.
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