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In pair programming do 2 developers work on 1 task to finish it quicker with more quality

 
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Monica Shiralkar wrote: .In service based it has to be done exactly as the customer wanted.


Customers don't always express things specifically enough (or correctly enough.) But even if they did, the customer wants the code written bug free.
 
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While doing pair programming , I experienced that any mistakes while doing implementation are quickly spotted and also that you may see some good approach of working in general of the other person and learn that.

 
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Does Pair programming mean you doing coding with collegue with screen sharing most of the time (when working from home) ?
 
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