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Remote Companies With Pair Programming

6 remote companies with pair programming like GitLab, Stanwood and Canny

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🏝️ Remote-first
Verified
✏️ With interview
πŸ€“ With members
πŸ™ With cities
πŸ’Ό Consultancy
πŸ“¦ Product
🌱 Small team
🌲 Big team
✈️ Company retreats
πŸ₯ Health insurance
β›± Unlimited time-off
🍼 Paid parental leave
πŸ“š Learning stipend
πŸ’Ί Paid co-working
πŸ‘Ÿ Paid well-being
πŸ’» Paid home tech
πŸ•’ Flexible hours
πŸ€‘ Equity
πŸ‘΅πŸ» Pension
πŸ“ˆ Open metrics
πŸ’³ Credit card
πŸ’° Profit sharing
πŸ’± Paid in crypto
😎 Paid vacation
πŸ‘‹ Daily standups
🀝 Pair programming
⚑️ Agile development
πŸ“š Learning & sharing
πŸ”“ Open source
πŸ‘Ά Good for juniors
🚚 Continuous delivery
🀝 Pair programming
  • GitLab

    The first single application for the entire DevOps lifecycle
    πŸ™ 252 locations
    🌎 51 countries
    πŸ€“ 501+ members
  • 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.
    πŸ™ 18 locations
    🌎 9 countries
    πŸ€“ 11-50 members
  • Canny

    We have quarterly offsites where the whole team meets up in person. We typically only pair program during these offsites.
    πŸ™ 5 locations
    🌎 4 countries
    πŸ€“ 1-10 members
  • SYNAPS

    Multi‑team. Multi‑lingual. World Ready.
    πŸ™ 5 locations
    🌎 3 countries
    πŸ€“ 1-10 members
  • 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
    πŸ™ 5 locations
    🌎 5 countries
    πŸ€“ 11-50 members
  • Chili Piper

    HIRING
    Give your best leads a faster way to connect and convert
    πŸ€“ 11-50 members