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🀝 Pair Programming at Stanwood
We have three kinds of pair programming sessions at Stanwood:

1. Every new "Wookie" - as we call our new team members in the first 3 months - goes through intensive pair programming sessions during his/her onboarding period to learn how we structure our code. We do this in regular 1:1s in appear.in where we code together and share our screens.

2. Every line of code we've ever written has been thoroughly reviewed by an experienced developer. That way we keep our code quality high and ensure we code by the same standards. In case of doubt, we jump into a short call and review the code together until we agree that's the way to go.

3. We do continuous peer training sessions to improve our skills and learn from each other.
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🌎 #15 most countries
Stanwood
Digital Agency For Mobile App and Web Development
πŸ™ 18 cities
🌎 9 countries
πŸ€“ 11-50 members
🀝 Pair Programming at Niteo
We see great value in PP, but we're still discovering how to do it better. ATM, we do it in an ad-hoc manner, via zoom. We don't yet have a defined process for it.

Another thing we are doing increasingly more is asking coworkers to "be your rubber duck": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rubber_duck_debugging
πŸŒƒ #76 most cities
🌎 #42 most countries
Niteo
Empowering Small Businesses
πŸ™ 5 cities
🌎 5 countries
πŸ€“ 11-50 members
🀝 Pair Programming at Canny
We have quarterly offsites where the whole team meets up in person. We typically only pair program during these offsites.
πŸŒƒ #74 most cities
🌎 #50 most countries
Canny
Customer Feedback Management Tool
πŸ™ 5 cities
🌎 4 countries
πŸ€“ 1-10 members
🀝 Pair Programming at Reliant Solutions
Reliant Solutions
🀝 Pair Programming at Countly
Countly
πŸ€“ 11-50 members