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Pairgramming

Christina Ilvento

Ellen Kim

Garrett Marcotte


Overview

Paired programming

"a practice in which two programmers work side-by-side at one computer, continuously collaborating on the same design, algorithm, code, or test.”


Overview

Pairgramming

"a practice in which two programmers work side-by-side at one computer, continuously collaborating on the same design, algorithm, code, or test.”


Why Pairgramming?

  • Flexibility

  • Save time

  • Built-in SVN

  • Multiplatform

  • No special installations

  • Syntax highlighting GUI

  • Security

  • Centralized


Data Flow

something like the diagram garrett drew for dondero here, but let's keep it simple


Django

screen shot of django pages here with labels


Pyjamas

screen shot of pyjamas app here with labels


Demo

  • prepare a very simple demo illustrating main functionality and 1-2 nice things; do not get too detailed or include anything that might break

  • probably: 

    • write a basic hello world in your favlang, yay both computers can see

    • (if this is smooth enough, switch drivers)

    • compile and run, yay it works

    • use text chat a little ("hi mom!")

    • save and quit


We've come a long way...

  • Documentation

  • Be cautious using new things

  • Communication

  • SVN

  • Take breaks

  • Open source

    • Don’t be afraid of the French


...but we've got a long way to go

  • things we still want to improve, expand, work on

  • hehheh we have no bugs… no bugs at all…


Acknowledgements

Prof. Kernighan

PengJiang

Dr. Robert Dondero

Gyeong-SikChoi & our Frist cohorts

You!


Questions?


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