Virtual Teaming: Experiments and Experiences With Distributed Pair Programming
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Overview: Distributed team projects are becoming more common in the software industry. The power of distributed development can increase an organizations opportunities to win new work by opening up a broader skill and product knowledge base, coupled with a deeper pool of potential employees. This paper discusses results of the research on Distributed Pair Programming (dPP). By dPP the paper means that two members of the team (which may consist solely of these two people) synchronously collaborate on the same design or code from different locations.