From: Brad Jensen
> debugging yes, writing no

I have on many occasions practiced the "two-person" method.
One person at the keyboard, the other one criticizing and correcting;
change places every 30 minutes. This actually works with "truly"
professional people. Also in other professions. One measure of
being professional is the "interchangeability" of persons.
"Cowboy" mentality is not desirable. Unfortunately, many (most?)
programmers see it otherwise. This contributes to keeping our
field one predominantly dominated by amateurs.




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