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Pair programming from distant locations

Posted on: August 20, 2014


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Recently we had Agile fest in our company and we got some good speakers to deliver talks on Agile and related methodologies; The event was quite a hit and people appreciated it. I participated in the event as a volunteer and facilitator of few workshops. One of the common question- I heard from the participants was that how can they do pair programming when many members of their team are sitting at some distant location office (US) and they have very less time to share with other due to time-zone issues.

I had an interesting conversation with one of the participants with same dilemma, putting it here.

M: Thats great you want to do pair programming so what is the requirement..why you want to do.
P: umm.. We are using agile in our project so I want to do pair programming with my counterparts in US; this will improve the quality…

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