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An Empirical Study about the Feelgood Factor in Pair Programming

  • Tagung:

    Konferenzartikel 

  • Autoren:

    Matthias Müller
    Frank Padberg
     

  • Summary

    Why are programmer pairs more productive than single developers? Using empirical data from two controlled experiments, we find that pair performance is uncorrelated with programming experience, but shows a significant correlation with how comfortably the developers feel with pair programming during the session (the "feelgood" factor).

  • Jahr:

    2004 

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@inproceedings{,
author={Matthias M{\"u}ller, Frank Padberg},
title={An Empirical Study about the Feelgood Factor in Pair Programming},
year=2004,
month=Sep,
booktitle={International Symposium on Metrics (Metrics)},
url={https://ps.ipd.kit.edu/downloads/ka_2004_feelgood_factory_pair_programming.pdf},
abstract={Why are programmer pairs more productive than single developers? Using empirical data from two controlled experiments, we find that pair performance is uncorrelated with programming experience, but shows a significant correlation with how comfortably the developers feel with pair programming during the session (the "feelgood" factor).},