For those unfamiliar with the notion of pair programming, it’s when two developers code simultaneously: one programs, the other observes and assists. We’ve found pair programming to be exceptionally effective, as it helps our developers catch a lot of little bugs immediately, and provides a short feedback loop.
The blog post goes more in-depth into many other benefits of pair programming, and also features former and current Pivots sharing their thoughts on pair programming and test-driven development (TDD).
Have a look on AirPair’s blog.
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