Working in pairs as a means for design knowledge building: an empirical study

@article{Canfora2004WorkingIP,
  title={Working in pairs as a means for design knowledge building: an empirical study},
  author={Gerardo Canfora and Aniello Cimitile and Corrado Aaron Visaggio},
  journal={Proceedings. 12th IEEE International Workshop on Program Comprehension, 2004.},
  year={2004},
  pages={62-68}
}
Pair programming is increasingly attracting researchers' and practitioners' attention. One of the claimed benefits of pair programming consists of easing socialization among programmers, with the effect of transferring tacit knowledge. Designing software systems requires a strong employment of tacit knowledge, such as individual experience and skills. In this paper, the authors, explore the hypothesis that working in pairs can speed up and enforce the knowledge building process among designers… CONTINUE READING
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