To Pair or not to Pair. That is not a question

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Very well presented and really sparked the desire to try to integrate the pair programming a lot more

Rated 3

Anonymous at 18:38 on 7 Jun 2013

Okay talk, would have expected a bit more about the practical side of pair programming. Was a bit theoretical, but still nice. Tip for the next time, close VLC and iTunes before you start the presentation and do not switch between your and someone elses presentation. Just integrate it.

This talk inspired me to put pair programming finally into practice. Waltz, tacit knowkedge and introver-extrovert pairing are new concepts I take with me. Fancy slides btw!!

Interesting presentation - however I too would have liked to see more practical examples of how pair programming really works. There was some tacit knowledge I guess, that I didn't know about pair programming. Definitely going to try it at work though!

I have worked both with and without pair programming, and both have their pros and cons. It was interesting to delve deeper into pair programming and how it could work well. Sebastian is also an enthusiastic, entertaining speaker.

Rated 5

Anonymous at 11:50 on 9 Jun 2013