I had planned to write an article about using extreme programming (XP) within very small (1-3 person) teams. Luckily, I did a Google search first, and came up with
[micro-eXtreme Programming ( µ XP): Embedding XP Within Standard Projects]1 by Frank Adrian of Symantec, so now I don’t have to.
Frank comes from the perspective that XP is good, but you can do a form of XP as an individual, even if the rest of your team is not doing it. The style that I’ve chosen to do is to work on 1 week iterations and standard XP-length stories, rather than Frank’s suggested “paragraphs”.
That’s the nice thing about development processes. You can always tailor them to your own specific needs.
: http://18.104.22.168/search?q=cache:bTHrzii1yFQJ:www.xp2003.org/conference/papers/Chapter14-Adrian.pdf micro extreme programming&hl=en&client=firefox-a “micro-eXtreme Programming (µ XP): Embedding XP Within Standard Projects”