Examining the compatibility of student pair programmers

@article{Williams2006ExaminingTC,
  title={Examining the compatibility of student pair programmers},
  author={Laurie A. Williams and Lucas Layman and Jason A. Osborne and Neha Katira},
  journal={AGILE 2006 (AGILE'06)},
  year={2006},
  pages={10 pp.-420}
}
Pair programming has been shown to be beneficial for both students and teaching staff in university courses. A two-phased study of 1350 students was conducted at North Carolina State University from 2002-2005 to determine if teaching staff can proactively form compatible pairs based upon any of the following factors: personality type, learning style, skill level, programming self esteem, work ethic, or time management preference. We examined compatibility among freshmen, advanced undergraduate… CONTINUE READING

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