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Re: [XP] would u pair on a two developer team?

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    Were I am at the moment, we are 7 so we can t pair all the time but we found out that pairing all the time we can even in trivial tasks that required no coding
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      Were I am at the moment, we are 7 so we can't pair all the time but we found
      out that pairing all the time we can even in trivial tasks that required no
      coding like blog posts, searching for tools and just discussing some design
      was a massive productivity boost and we have a lot more fun! :)

      On 26 February 2010 16:30, Ilja Preuß <iljapreuss@...> wrote:

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      >
      > I would still pair, but probably not all the time.
      >
      > I once pair programmed with my best friend, full time. After a week,
      > we almost killed each other. Might just be me, of course.
      >
      > Cheers, Ilja
      >
      > 2010/2/22 Ikenna Nwaiwu <ikenna4u@... <ikenna4u%40gmail.com>>:
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      > > If you were on a team with just one other developer , and the project
      > would last for only one week, would u still pair as you normally would ? Or
      > would you prefer to work on different stories, but ensure you sit close to
      > each other so that you can help each other out and perhaps pair when the
      > other person needs help? What would be your reasons for any option you
      > choose?
      > >
      > > Thanks in advance.
      > >
      > > - Ikenna Nwaiwu
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