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Deliberate Programming: How to use agile practices like you mean it-Paul Daigle

Pair programming and test driven development are productivity practices, which means that using these practices should make your team more productive. Sometimes teams drop these practices because they aren’t seeing the promised benefits, or they find the practices constraining. In this talk, we’ll go over some patterns and anti-patterns in order to explore how to pair and test deliberately and with focus, with an eye towards results.

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    November 29

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