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Monday, December 9 • 11:40am - 12:35pm
(SLIDES) Johannes Brodwall--Remote Pair Programming

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Can you maintain agile engineering practices with a distributed team?Johannes is the Oslo based Chief Scientist for the Sri Lanka based company Exilesoft. In order to promote agile engineering practices, he uses remote pair programming to connect with teams halfway across the world.In this talk, we will go through a practical approach for remote pair programming adopted for high-latency situations. We will demonstrate remote pair programming with a live example and we will discuss the advantages and usages of the approach.After seeing this talk, the audience should be able to remotely pair with members of their distributed team. They will also get a lot of tips on how to use pair programming effectively in both local and remote settings.

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Johannes Brodwall

Johanes Brodwall is covered Extreme Programming more than ten years ago and has been trying to put Agile practices into his programming work since. He works as Chief Scientist for Exilesoft, an Agile offshoring provider, where he pair programs and pair architects locally and remotely with developers and architects in Norway, Sweden and Sri Lanka.



Monday December 9, 2013 11:40am - 12:35pm
Hall 5.4

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