Pair Programming Report
Working in silos in engineering teams can be detrimental to knowledge-sharing, productivity, and even feelings of job satisfaction. This is because teams that are structured to be agile, collaborative, and communicative can impact how often a developer feels success — which has a domino effect on business performance.
Findings from Codility’s Developer Survey suggest that teams that work in test driven development (TDD) and pair programming see higher rates of feelings of success — and they deliver ideas to implementation faster.
In this report we’ll cover:
- A good approach to testing code elevates team performance
- Pair programming accelerates delivery without sacrificing quality
- Best practices for structuring your team