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A Comparative Analysis of DXPRUM and DSDM


Muhammad Fahad, Salman Qadri, Saleem Ullah, Mujtaba Husnain, Rizwan Qaiser, Shehzad Ahmed Qureshi, Waqas Ahmed, Syed Shah Muhammad


Vol. 17  No. 5  pp. 259-264


Agile methodologies are taking over the traditional software development methodologies with the passage of time. These methodologies involve more benefits than traditional software development methodologies and very fewer drawbacks. Due to these benefits, the software development teams are more involved in Agile methodologies. There are a number of Agile methodologies which are famous in software development community. Each of them has its own benefits and drawbacks. Proposing one suitable Agile methodology for a project may benefit the project in one direction but may also cause the project to suffer in some other direction. Due to this fact, the idea of hybrid Agile methodologies evolved. DXPRUM is also one of those hybrid methodologies and is a combination of DSDM, XP, and Scrum. This paper presents a comparative study of DXPRUM and DSDM by applying them to some real time projects and thus comparing their results.


Agile, Hybrid Methodologies, XP, RUP, Scrum.