Listen in to this week's installment to hear panelists David Anderson and William Jeffries discuss pair programming, an Agile practice where you have two programmers working on the same task, usually at the same workstation.
Tune in today to hear the benefits of this tactic, potential pitfalls, and how to execute it properly so you can get the most out of the experience. We’ll also discuss remote programming and mob programming, and how they compare to the pair programming experience.
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To start his talk, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Dr. Kerry Sulkowicz admitted to being at a bit of a loss when asked about best practices for leading through a pandemic. "The honest answer is I don't know," he stated, "because none of us has lived ... read more
Taking direct aim at the narrative of the "all in" entrepreneur who takes extreme risks and depletes their bank account before ultimately succeeding, noted NYC VC Charlie O'Donnell started his Stride Consulting “Leading through Adversity” talk on May ... read more
In response to these unprecedented times and the challenges that they are bringing to company leaders, Stride Consulting launched a speaker series entitled “Leading through Adversity” on May 26th. In the series, experts from around the globe, from a ... read more