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Video Analysis of Pair Programming

Video Analysis of Pair Programming
Tagung:

Konferenzartikel 

Jahr:

2008 

Autoren:

Andreas Höfer 

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Summary

This article presents the results of a video analysis of nine pair programming sessions of undergraduate students. The analysis focuses on the keyboard and mouse control of the programming partners. It shows that most pairs do not share the keyboard and mouse equally but rather have one partner who is more active than the other. Keyboard and mouse control changes frequently, casting doubt on the existence of the driver and navigator role as commonly defined in literature on extreme programming. Copyright 2008 by ACM, Inc.

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@inproceedings{,
author={Andreas H{\"o}fer},
title={Video Analysis of Pair Programming},
year=2008,
month=May,
booktitle={APSO '08: Proceedings of the 2008 international workshop on Scrutinizing agile practices or shoot-out at the agile corral},
publisher={ACM},
abstract={This article presents the results of a video analysis of nine pair programming sessions of undergraduate students. The analysis focuses on the keyboard and mouse control of the programming partners. It shows that most pairs do not share the keyboard and mouse equally but rather have one partner who is more active than the other. Keyboard and mouse control changes frequently, casting doubt on the existence of the driver and navigator role as commonly defined in literature on extreme programming. Copyright 2008 by ACM, Inc.},
pages={31--47},
pptUrl={https://ps.ipd.kit.edu/downloads/ka_2008_video_analysis_pair_programming.pdf},