Prasun Dewan, Puneet Agarwal, Gautam Shroff, and Rajesh Hegde
18 May 2009
Recent work has proposed a variation of pair programming called side-by-side programming,wherein two programmers, sitting next to each other and using different workstations, work together on the same task. We have defined a distributed approximation of this idea and implemented it in both a compiled and interpretive environment. Our experiments with these implementations provide several new preliminary results regarding different aspects of (distributed) side-by-side programming.
|Published in||ICSE Workshop on Cooperative and Human Aspects on Software Engineering, 2009. CHASE '09.|
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