Pair Programming

  • North Carolina State University conducts experiment and determines that
    • pair-programming, at worst, adds 60% time to the task over solo efforts
    • over time, significantly reduced in overhead as pairs became comfortable with the practice.
    • the pair-developed code passed about 15% more test cases than the individual efforts.

Videos of Pair-Programming in action:

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