Remote Pair Programming: People and Technology

August 16, 2011 Melissa Dyrdahl

Long-time Pivot Joe Moore had to learn how to effectively remote pair with developers across the country. He shares the lessons he’s learned about the technologies and personal interactions that allow him to remote pair 8 hours a day without going mad.

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