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Are there any books that teach techniques for effective pair programming? [closed]
I’ve just read the pair programming chapter of ‘Making Software’ by Andy Oram, and I’d like to try it when I next get an opportunity. The chapter mentions that in one of the studies, the subjects ...
Sep 3 '11 at 11:49
Paul D. Waite
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