Michael Hill has produced a lovely essay about how TDD and Pair Programming ensure that the internal quality of your code doesn’t cost you in future productivity.
Another very compelling example of the benefits of pair programming.
On a recent gig for exoftware I introduced pair-programming to a (very) small team and over the course of the engagement we held regular retrospectives specifically about how the pair programming was going. This was very much an exploratory exercise for a substantial company and the findings were extremely encouraging. To really benefit from pairing […]