Mob Programming - What Works, What Doesn’t
At Unruly we are constantly trying to turn up the dial on our XP practices, and in the second half of 2014 we started to take the step from Pair Programming on all production code to Mob Programming with the entire team. This report shares experiences that Unruly has gained in pushing the boundaries of Extreme Programming.
KeywordsMob programming XP Extreme programming Groupthink Continuous delivery
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