Pair programming with multiple mouse pointers and keyboard foci

On the one hand this looks like a neat technology. On the other hand it could be more “extreme”. Cuberick: Pair programming with multiple mouse pointers and keyboard foci Sure. It removes the bottleneck of fighting for control of a single keyboard and mouse, but there is still only a single screen. So why not …

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Pair programming is just like flying a plane

Flying is scary enough even without software development analogies! However, there is something to be learned about the practice of pair programming from studying problems with two-pilot aircraft – especially the kinds of problems which led to crashes. Sarah Taraporewalla’s Technical Ramblings » Pair programming is just like flying a plane.

Pair Programming: Pair Flow

Pair programming can be one of the hardest things to get right when attempting Extreme Programming (XP). It’s very common to give it a try and quickly find a whole bunch of problems. Mark Needham has written a thoughtful article full of tips on making pairing work. Well wortha read even if you don’t do …

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