About This Episode
In this episode Keith and Woody sit down with friend and traveling developer Corey Haines. Here's a question, how many times have you written comments in your code? Probably a lot! In this show Corey gives some valid reasons why developers shouldn't have comments in their code (with a few exceptions). The guys also discuss pair programming, what it is, how it is done, and the benefits of doing it.
Thanks to our guest this episode
Corey Haines is currently a freelance developer and journeyman, traveling around to pair-program with other developers. He is an active member in the software craftsmanship movement, focusing his attention on post-apprenticeship activities. He started programming in the early 80's by cheating at video games (they weren't compiled back then) and fell in love with development as a teenager. He currently specializes in Ruby, but will pair in just about any language you want.
Corey can be reached via his website: www.coreyhaines.com
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