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Thread: #MobProgramming seems to create a really positive impact on #collaboration. Here are some resources that helped me exploring Mob Programming. I also share my own agenda for introducing it to teams. Thank you lovely filter bubble for teaching me. You are awesome!
Two very valuable #Podcast episodes for understanding the concepts of #MobProgramming with two of its masterminds. Great interviews by @timothep in his Podcast @DevJourneyFM:
Interview @WoodyZuill:
Interview @LlewellynFalco:
The Mob Programming Guidebook by @maaretp:

Read this and you can start with your first session using #MobProgramming.
This document was, what got me hooked. Thanks to @timothep for showing me.
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Thread: I‘ve been practicing #mobprogramming for a while. Every day that I am working alone now feels wrong. I make more mistakes, need more tries, forget things, have to actively and tediously synchronize with team members, have to wait for stuff, stumble upon stuff that (1/5)
other people did (alone) which is either bad or not easy to understand, am interrupted and have to switch tasks often, find the same thing implemented in many ways, have to review code, have my code reviewed, have to invest time in merging and rebasing, don‘t exactly know (2/5)
where we are and what‘s next, ...
We have been trained to work alone. It‘s our comfort zone. The safest space is the space that we don‘t have to share. That‘s why I understand that people want to work alone. But working alone is just wasteful. It increases the amount of (3/5)
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I can estimate how long it will take me to drive to Des Moines, and be "close enough." There are lights, stops, traffic, weather to consider, but mostly it's me choosing route and rate.
Route has speed limits, traffic features, raw distance. Those are not up to me, really. I have limits, but the limits make the trip predictable.
The fewer items are under my control, the less likely the estimation.

Can I get to des moines in 3 hours? Probably, if you provide me a fast plane or fast helicopter and clear weather. Otherwise, no.
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