Thursday, March 19, 2009

Corey Haines' Pair Programing Tour

Corey Haines is a "Software Journeyman" who's involved in the software craftsmanship movement. He's done a lot of programming interviews and what I think is very interesting is he's currently on a pair programming tour.

On the pair programming tour Corey goes around the country pairing with developers for a few days in exchange for food and shelter. After each stay with a developer he records a video where they talk about their experience pairing. It's really interesting stuff, and the interviews give you a lot of insight into how different shops deal with pair programming and questions of software craftsmanship.

InfoQ has a nice introduction to the tour. Just a side note it's interesting that Corey was inspired by Paul Erdos the crazy touring mathematician.

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