| SDL4 A5.1 |
Pair programming is an agile technique which involves two developers working together as peers on the same project. One writes the code while the other reviews it, and both have co-responsibility for the outputs. In this video, you'll learn some of the different approaches to pair programming, along with the benefits of each approach and the impact that they can have on the project outcomes.
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