Remote Pairing: Collaborative Tools for Distributed Development


      Remote Pairing: Collaborative Tools for Distributed Development
You ve heard about pair programming s benefits fewer bugs, improved skills, and faster delivery But what happens when you want to pair with someone in another city, country, or even hemisphere With the right tools, you won t have to relocate to refactor In this book, you ll learn techniques used by the most productive remote programmers in the industry to pair with anyone on the globe on any kind of project You ll use collaborative editors, screen sharing, secure networking, and virtualization to create a remote pairing environment that feels as if your partner is sitting right next to you Two heads are better than one, but only if they re working on the same problem When pairing remotely, this requires a specialized environment that you ll learn how to create We ll use the same open source tools as the pros to improve collaboration and increase productivity You ll learn techniques, patterns, and best practices you can apply to projects of all kinds These tools are so effective that many co located programmers use them despite sitting side by side you don t have to work outside of an office for this book to improve your programming techniques We ll start by creating a secure collaborative editing environment capable of handling the low bandwidth networks at some coffee shops Then we ll share your screen using free open source tools and protocols We ll deploy all of this to a server in the cloud so you can access your development environment from anywhere Then we ll use one of the most advanced integrated development environments to collaborate, sketch on a virtual whiteboard, and resolve conflicts Finally, we ll talk with programmers at Pivotal Labs, Big Nerd Ranch, and other top notch distributed development firms to learn how they handle the challenges of remote pairing on a daily basis With their help and advice, you can be productive from any location on the planet.What You Need Many of the examples in this book require an internet connection You ll only need one computer for most of the exercises, and you can run them by yourself But having a second computer and even a second person may improve the experience. Free Download [ Remote Pairing: Collaborative Tools for Distributed Development ] Author [ Joe Kutner ] – tbjewellers.co.uk

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      Remote Pairing: Collaborative Tools for Distributed Development
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  • Paperback
  • 108 pages
  • Remote Pairing: Collaborative Tools for Distributed Development
  • Joe Kutner
  • 20 March 2019
  • 1937785742

10 thoughts on “ Remote Pairing: Collaborative Tools for Distributed Development

  1. says:

    I enjoyed it becase it talks about geek solutions But I m not using most of the techniques explained.

  2. says:

    V t ina textu je o setupu tmuxu, pak cloudov instance v EC2, pak Eclipse a semtam kr tk zm nka alternativn ch n stroj ch, kter m zaj maj mnohem v ce Tak e si Screenhero, appears.in a Floobits budu stejn muset prozkoumat s m.Ka dop dn velk p nost pro mne m la kniha v prvn a v posledn kapitole V prvn jsem si snad odboural bias ohledn nutnosti kolokace p i p rov n Posledn kapitola p in zku enosti z firem, kter takto funguj jako Pivotal nebo Relevance dnes Cognitect Jako V t ina textu je o setupu tmuxu, pak cloudov instance v EC2, pak Eclipse a semtam kr tk zm nka alternativn ch n stroj ch, kter m zaj maj mnohem v ce Tak e si Screenhero, appears.in a Floobits budu stejn muset prozkoumat s m.Ka dop dn velk p nost pro mne m la kniha v p...

  3. says:

    A great guide for remote offices Not only does it make the case for having remote workers, it also goes into quite a bit of detail about the various tools that can be used to bring an office together Google Hangouts is not always enough I recommend reading ...

  4. says:

    Good overview of tools for remote pairing It s a good reference book of the lot of different techniques for remote pair programming

  5. says:

    Good overview of technical side of remote pairing

  6. says:

    Good overview of why pair programming is good, even in remote teams and of all the tools available these days.

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