Pair Programming Illuminated

Pair Programming Illuminated
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At first glance, pair programming seems to be a simple and direct. Two programmers working side by side on a computer, continuously collaborating on the design, the same algorithm, code and test. If it were as simple as plopping two skilled programmers at an office, there would not need this book. But there are people and personalities involved, and these people are accustomed to programming alone. Pair programming offers significant advantages: higher quality, time saving, improved morale, trust and teamwork to develop, knowledge sharing and better learning. But before any programming pair can occur, participants must accept a new way of thinking. In Pair Programming Illuminated, Laurie Williams and Robert Kessler help you fight through exceptions, have public acceptance of this strategy, and has had remarkable success with it. Two case studies show pair programming in the practice of Extreme Programming and Collaborative Software Pair Programming Illuminated

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