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Extreme Programming

Extreme Programming (XP) is an agile software development methodology that emphasizes collaboration, feedback, and continuous improvement. It's like having a team of all-star soccer players who work together seamlessly to score goals. XP breaks down the development process into short iterations called "sprints," where developers and stakeholders work closely together to deliver high-quality software. Through pair programming, continuous integration, and test-driven development, XP ensures that the code is always up to the mark. With XP, teams can respond quickly to changes, embrace flexibility, and deliver valuable software faster.

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