Pair programming is probably the most famous practice of XP--whether you are a fan or not.
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Paired programming is an agile development technique in which 2 developers/engineers work together at the same workstation using same keyboard at a time,to improve the quality of deliverable. The main advantages of paired programming are:
Parametric Estimation is an estimating technique which uses bottom-up approach to calculate estimated cost and duration based on inputs from historical data and project parameters. It is calculated based on mathematical relationship between historical data and other variables such as product output per day and cost per unit.
Parametric Estimation as the name suggests is based on parameters, a number of units you need to do. In many cases based on industry published tables, then adjusted by region and season. Some large organizations have built detailed historical data that can be used.
A technique used to identify the few factors that have the greatest impact on an outcome, result, or on measures of quality, satisfaction or performance. Separating these "vital few" from the "trivial many" is generally known as the "80/20" rule. Applying this rule to sources of problems would mean that, on average, 80 percent o...
A Pareto diagram is a vertical bar chart that identifies the critical few from the uncritical many: A histogram, ordered by frequency of occurrence, that shows how many results were generated by each identified cause.
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Performance testing is a class of tests implemented and executed to characterize and evaluate the performance related characteristics of the target-of-test such as the timing profiles, execution flow, response times, and operational reliability and limits.