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Introduction to PairProgramming3/13/2013Mike GehardSoftware Engineer, Pivotal Labs@mikegehard@pivotallabs
WHAT IS PAIRPROGRAMMING?
WHERE DOES ITCOME FROM?
THIS?
OR THIS?
MORE DETAILS...• Communal Machines• Engineers can pair with UI/UX Developers• No laptops or phones
ONE PAIR
TWO PAIRS
TOO MANY PAIRS                         ?                     ?       ?                 ?               ?                  ...
SPLIT TEAMS
EXCUSES•   Slower•   More expensive•   Not fun•   I’ll look stupid•   Not everyone is cut out for pairing
BENEFITS•   More focus, less ratholes•   Greater discipline•   Constant code reviews•   Shared code ownership•   Faster le...
CREDITShttp://www.flickr.com/photos/sjr-images/3092867650/
QUESTIONS?@mikegehard@pivotallabs
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  1. 1. Introduction to PairProgramming3/13/2013Mike GehardSoftware Engineer, Pivotal Labs@mikegehard@pivotallabs
  2. 2. WHAT IS PAIRPROGRAMMING?
  3. 3. WHERE DOES ITCOME FROM?
  4. 4. THIS?
  5. 5. OR THIS?
  6. 6. MORE DETAILS...• Communal Machines• Engineers can pair with UI/UX Developers• No laptops or phones
  7. 7. ONE PAIR
  8. 8. TWO PAIRS
  9. 9. TOO MANY PAIRS ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
  10. 10. SPLIT TEAMS
  11. 11. EXCUSES• Slower• More expensive• Not fun• I’ll look stupid• Not everyone is cut out for pairing
  12. 12. BENEFITS• More focus, less ratholes• Greater discipline• Constant code reviews• Shared code ownership• Faster learning, ramp up• Higher ‘lottery number’
  13. 13. CREDITShttp://www.flickr.com/photos/sjr-images/3092867650/
  14. 14. QUESTIONS?@mikegehard@pivotallabs
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