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I am writing a book titled Driving Projects with Examples: a Handbook for Agile Teams. I'm putting up chapter drafts here, hoping for comments.

Note: this book has been bumped back in my queue. I'm going to finish one called Scripting for Testers Using Ruby first.

In this book, I'm going to document a particular style of software development. In it, teams collaborate to drive development with a series of self-checking examples (sometimes called "customer tests" or "storytests"). Programmers, working in a tight iterative loop, make the product match the examples.

An important part of the book will be case studies, stories, and tricks of the trade that I'll gather from projects practicing this style. If you have something to offer, please contact me!

If you'd like to comment on the book, please join the mailing list. If you already have a yahoogroups account, the easiest way is probably to click on the link in the previous sentence. If you do not, send mail to example-book-subscribe@yahoogroups.com. You can put anything you like in the subject line and body.

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Here are the book chapters to date:

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