Articles Archive for December 2006
I’ve often felt that there should be an etiquette guide for pair programming. Here is a first stab. I’ll update this list as I think of more.
Wait until the test is passing to nitpick on coding standards.
Ask nicely for the keyboard to “show” what you mean.
After “showing” what you mean, offer the keyboard back.
If they don’t take your advice, let them finish doing the task their way and then show them after they’re done.
It is good to inform the driver of keyboard shortcuts and refactorings but don’t interrupt the programming …
I somehow got suckered into going to a multi-level-marketing (MLM) meeting not too long ago. No, not Amway… BurnLounge. Burnlounge is an MLM scheme where you pay around $500 to start your own music store in order to sell to your friends and family. Burnlounge allows you to customize your own front page and provides you with a URL like:
When your friends and family go to your Website, they can buy music from you for the great price of…. drumroll… $0.99 a pop. The music selection and prices are all …