Pair programming and the re-appropriation of individual tools for collaborative programming

@inproceedings{Bryant2005PairPA,
  title={Pair programming and the re-appropriation of individual tools for collaborative programming},
  author={Sallyann Bryant and Pablo Romero and Benedict du Boulay},
  booktitle={GROUP},
  year={2005}
}
Although pair programming is becoming more prevalent in software development, and a number of reports have been written about it [4] [6], few have addressed the manner in which pairing actually takes place [5]. Even fewer consider the methods employed to manage issues such as role change or the communication of complex issues. Here we contribute by… CONTINUE READING