Pairing should be a given. Even before you take into account the time spent fixing defects produced by lone wolfs, very few programmers (who don’t have too big an ego to do it) will fail to be twice as productive with a pair. Once you add the knowledge sharing and mix in a bit of time you are starting to get massive gains. Why? Because although we are smart, a single programmer can’t see both the wood and the trees.
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