The key aspect of the subject could be in the sentence "feel that I am much more productive working on my own". What do you mean by "productive"? One could feel more productive because he/she produces more lines of code, but what's the quality of that code?
On 29 Jan 2013, at 09:40, Jim Collins <[address removed]> wrote:
I was wondering if there are other programmers out there who
feel they are bad programmers because they do not like pair programming.
feel that I am much more productive working on my own and it is how I
enjoy to work. If I am working on something particularly difficult then I
will often ask a colleague what they think and when I commit code I
also talk my colleagues through what I have done in a code review. That
is how I have always worked and how I enjoy working.
I sometimes get the feeling that pair programming is like the
emperors new clothes. No one will stand up and say I don't like this so
we all continue in this vicious circle :).
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