Pair Learning: With an Eye Toward Future Success

@inproceedings{Nagappan2003PairLW,
  title={Pair Learning: With an Eye Toward Future Success},
  author={Nachiappan Nagappan and Laurie A. Williams and Eric Wiebe and Carol Miller and Suzanne Balik and Miriam Ferzli and Julie Petlick},
  booktitle={XP/Agile Universe},
  year={2003}
}
Pair programming is a practice in which two programmers work collaboratively at one computer on the same design, algorithm, or code. Prior research indicates that pair programmers produce higher quality code in essentially half the time taken by solo programmers. Pair programming is becoming increasingly popular in industry and in university curricula. An experiment was run at North Carolina State University over a period of one and a half years to assess the efficacy of pair programming as an… CONTINUE READING
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