Dos and Don’ts of Pair Programming - Study Suggests Togetherness and Expediency for Good Sessions

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I'm a big fan of pair programming but recognise it's not an industry-wide adopted practice. This article highlights some research by Franz Zieris (@franzzieris) and Prof. Dr. Lutz Prechelt (@prechelt) on the two characteristics that make pair programming most effective. It's not about if the practice is useful, rather, how you can make the practice *most* useful.

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