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Can XP,RUP etc be applied to e-com applications

 
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Hello All,
I am a newbie and would like to know if XP, RUP et al can be applied to E-com applications as well?
Thanks,
Mamta
 
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I wrote a fairly long response, and then decided to delete it and come back with a question of my own.
In doing an e-commerce project, what attributes should your development process exhibit?
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Mamata. XP , RUP are software process. Foundation stones for developing software. Many organisations involved in s / w development do have their inherent processes. It can be applicable to manufacturing or other industries. RUP was developed by Three Amigos ( Boobh , Raumbaugh , Jacobson ) with huge years of experience. Similarly , XP was introduced by Kent Beck with his wealth of experience.
It can be applied to any projects , but you have to check the coditions prevaling in the project & verify with those process ( RUP , XP ) ,then only sellect the process. Specifications of aplicability of Process is very important. XP has got its own set of guideline ( 12 golden rules ).
check those things & seek the appropriate process for your project , whether it e -com project or other.
I hope this will be useful.
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In case the above seem cryptic, the answer must be "yes". If these methodologies are to be much use at all, they must be of use for e-commerce; it's such a significant part of the software development landscape.
 
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sorry , Mamta , if I sound cryptic to you. See what i mean to say that it may / may not be feasible to apply XP to e - com projects that you have mentioned. As XP says it is applicable to team of 4 to 10 people. if your team is fitting that criteia , you move ahead. There are other criterias mentioned in the XP.
You can find out the attributes of your project & check if it confirms to criterias of XP & then go ahead with applying XP to your project.
it is not necessary for everythig , each methodology can be applied. see previously also , people have triedto do that & failed measourably. that was the reson for birth of new methodology. So , who knows some one will come up with the methodology specifically applicable to E - com project of any kind. Generalization is sometimes dangerous.
 
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