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Other researchers have noted that partner pairing selection is critical for successful pair programming (Lui, Barnes, and Chan, 2010; Wray, 2010) and have proposed pairing experts with novices for maximum educational benefits (Domino, Collins, and Hevner, 2007, p.
Pair programming illuminated: Boston, MA: Addison-Wesley Longman Publishing Co., Inc.
The positive outcomes reached with metacognitive instruction in mathematics while learners are working in groups (Kramarski, 2004) emphasise the importance of this research on the effect of purposeful metacognitive instruction on the metacognitive awareness of the two members of a pair during pair programming.
Pair programming enables the company to avoid situations where only one person is familiar with the code of some module.
Experimental evaluation of pair programming. Recuperado el 6 de septiembre del sitio web de la Universidad de Massachusetts.
Charlie McDowell, Linda Werner, Heather Bullock, and Julian Fernald, "The Impact of Pair Programming on Student Performance, Perception and Persistence," Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Software Engineering, May 2003, Portland, Oregon, http://www.cse.ucsc.edu/~charlie/pubs/icse2003.pdf, 602-7.
However, most programmers are long conditioned to working alone and often resist the transition to pair programming. Ultimately, most make this transition with great success.
3.1 Measuring Agile Attitudes with Pair Programming
Studies have showed that students taught with pair programming (PP) often perform better in CT than with solo programming (Lye & Koh, 2014; Werner & Denning, 2009; Werner, Denner, Campe, & Kawamoto, 2012).
LaunchCode partners with companies like Engage who agree to pair a new coder with an experienced developer using a pair programming model.
[5] Arisholm, E.,Evaluating Pair Programming with Respect to System Complexity and Programmer Expertise, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2007), Vol.