Thursday, April 21, 2011

Pair Programming: The Binkiewicz Pairing Model

If you don't know what pair programming is, read this:

Bill Binkiewicz is one of the many top-notch developers at my office. He's also a pretty humble guy, and as far as I know, doesn't blog. He didn't even put his name on this, but that's OK - I'll add it for him.

I'm finding this to be a very useful model on my current team. The document centers around how to choose who should pair on a given problem, based on their interest and experience with the technologies and business domain.

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