In our next episode of the smash hit series “Coding Zealotry” (aka “The Random Babbling of a Madman”), we’re looking at the practice of peer programming (pair programming) and asking ourselves whether we should abandon our solitude and do it all together.
In case you’re uninitiated, peer programming involves two programmers sitting in front of a computer, writing the code together. Usually one guy writes and the other guy points out all his errors. Depending on the chemistry it can be a fun session of engaging on unique ideas, or a world war of spats over variable names. Read more