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sdPP Element Risks

  • Programming pairs should not be split to produce more, as this would infringe a XP requirement.
  • If the team is not trained in XP, the project might fail.
  • The team must not be tempted with the possibility of working more than 40 hours work each week.
The sdPP model defines a set of risks the project manager would assume if the solution were applied. These risks warn the project manager about possible problems in the project execution. The project manager must understand these risks to try and avoid them.
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