Code with the Wisdom of the Crowd Paperback / softback
by Mark Pearl
Build systems faster and more effectively with Mob Programming.
Mob Programming is an approach to developing software that radically reduces defects and key-person dependencies by having a group of people work together at a single machine.
See how to avoid the most common pitfalls that teams make when first starting out.
Discover what it takes to create and support a successful mob.
Now you can take collaborative programming to the next level with Mob Programming. Mob Programming is a natural extension of the popular Pair Programming concept, and is not restricted to a specific programming language or technology.
It can be used by anyone who develops software, including dev leads, software developers, and agile coaches.
The more people working on a bug or feature results in fewer dependencies on individuals, and overall increased learning for everyone involved.
With more eyes on the code, you'll find you develop better solutions with fewer defects. Set up your team for success by introducing Mob Programming in a way that benefits them.
Create a good first Mobbing experience for your team with a template that avoids the common traps beginners may fall into.
Master a collaborative and empathic mindset to help optimize the Mobbing experience.
Learn how to make adjustments when things go wrong. Adapt your mobbing to different types of development tasks.
Get management buy-in for your Mobbing experiment by demonstrating the benefits.
Discover the equipment and resources you need, and how to adjust your workspace for an effective mob. Get important features to market sooner, squish bugs faster, and collaborate better today with Mob Programming. What You Need: All you need is three or more programmers, a meeting workspace that's large enough to accommodate your mob, and a computer on which to work.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 100 pages
- Publisher: The Pragmatic Programmers
- Publication Date: 20/07/2018
- Category: Software Engineering
- ISBN: 9781680506150
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