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JSJ 367: Pair Programming

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Sponsors Triplebyte offers a $1000 signing bonus Sentry use the code “devchat” for $100 credit Linode offers $20 credit CacheFly Panel Aimee Knight AJ O’Neal Chris Ferdinandi Episode Summary In this episode of JavaScript Jabber, the panelists discuss each one’s definition of the term ‘pairing’ in programming, including factors like being remote or local, having different seniority levels and the various approaches of going about it in general. They talk about how valuable pairing is, in terms of benefiting the individual as well as how productive it is for the company or the overall business. The panel also discuss prototyping, pseudo-coding and the advantages and trade-offs involved in pair programming. They talk about their own experiences in which pairing had proven to be extremely beneficial and the ones where it went completely wrong, thereby helping listeners understand the dos and don’ts of the technique. In the end, they elaborate on what actually happens in pairing interviews and the overall hiring process while sharing anecdotes from their own lives. Links Follow JavaScript Jabber on Devchat.tv, Facebook and Twitter. Picks Chris Ferdinandi: Enso Rings Vanilla JS Projects AJ O’Neal: Salt and Pepper Grinder set Peppercorn blend Pink Himalayan salt Aimee Knight: Enneagram test Kittyrama

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