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Hello everyone. Is anybody interested in learning about remote pair programming? I remote pair full time for Pivotal Labs and have presented on the topic quite a few times, and will be presenting at Agile2012 in August. I travel to NYC about once per month and could present to your group some time.
Summary: "Remote pair programming is surprisingly simple and inexpensive to implement, but it's not just about bleeding-edge technology -- a good attitude is just as important as good technology. Joe will walk you through how your distributed team can successfully implement remote pair programming, allowing you to realize the same benefits as in-person pairing and address some of the challenges of distributed development. Joe will discuss the important personal and interpersonal skills needed for remote pairing as well as the technology. Distributed agile teams need not forgo the valuable discipline of pair programming. Thanks to ubiquitous high speed internet service, major advances in online collaboration technologies, and the need to source talent wherever they might be, remote pair programming is becoming more common."
Let me know if you are interested.
Software developer and Agile User