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Sam Joseph
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check out http://agileventures.org our non-profit open source project incubator with all scrums, client meetings and pairing recorded and available online - if you can't connect with a pair partner on G+, you can through AV!
Connect and Collaborate. We hold pair programming sessions every day with participants from all time zones and on all levels. Bring your own problem set or collaborate on one of our Open Source projects. Pair Programming. Join our Google+ Pair Programming group and access tens of daily pair ...
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Deep Panchal

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I would like to join .Net C# ASP.Net project to acclerate my knowledge. anyone out in this group is doing project in this tech. 
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Jason Data

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Not Rails, but great Ruby practice...  LMK if you want to pair up.

http://roadbytes.me/2014/10/07/roadbytes-on-best-of-ruby-quiz/
Show Notes: Quick one this week on RoadBytes… Started a book, Best of Ruby Quiz.  Found it online for free and it’s a great way to learn how to put it all together.  Basically, it’s a collection of...
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Thanks for the info.

I like the book bc it's the 'best of' and the Author takes a well rounded selection of the Quizzes from the site.  I tried the site, but got overwhelmed when I saw how many there were.
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someone would like to join me for a NLP project? tools of trade: python, nltk, gensim...
I am also learning clojure (I am coming from python & scala)
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Thank you for clarification, David.
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Rick Brunstedt

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Wanna do some pairing with rails and a api?
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check out http://agileventures.org for more pairing opportunities
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David Corking

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Join us Wednesday, June 4th for our final hangout  w/@martinfowler, @kentbeck&@dhh. This final hangout will be a double episode (1hr) featuring a Q&A session as well as final thoughts. Keep the conversation going at  #IsTDDDead

Keep up with all of the past hangouts on #IsTDDDead here:http://martinfowler.com/articles/is-tdd-dead/

"TDD as One True Way" versus "TDD as devil-spawned tempter" is not a productive contrast. Most of us have similar goals for development: confidence, impact, challenge, belonging. Test-driven development is one path toward these goals, but there are many other paths. This conversation in six parts explores tradeoffs in development, places TDD in those tradeoffs, and gives you perspective with which you can decide for yourself how you want to program.

Speakers:
Martin Fowler
Kent Beck
David Heinemeier Hansson (DHH)
This Hangout On Air is hosted by ThoughtWorks. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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Is TDD dead? [Part V & VI]
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Husain Altayib

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Try to test pair programming on air with Home work 0 required for esaas online course
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Mike Adeleke

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I just found the greatest chrome extension ever. Feel free to try it. It helps you save coding articles and see what other developers have saved too. 
A fellow Starter League alumni did this and I am super impressed. Here is the main site too. http://codemarks.com/codemarks · reply · Lists | RSS | Bookmarklet | Guidelines | FAQ | DMCA | News News | Feature Requests | Bugs | Y Combinator | Apply | Library. Search:
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Pair Programming generates higher quality code, is great for learning and lots of fun. We hold online regular events to demonstrate remote pairing technology and help programmers form pairs to work on whatever they like. Also, everyone is free to hook up for pairing sessions with anyone in the community by posting in our timeline. If you're new to Google Hangouts check out these introductory videos in the links below, then add others in the group to your G+ circles and then start to chat and hangout with them :-) We also have a real time text chat room in Skype where you can easily hook up with remote pairers. Contact Sam (username "tansaku") on Skype to get added.

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Hi guys, we do a lot of remote pair programming and have therefore built an Atom.io plugin which we use a lot internally. We've open-sourced it, so feel free to use and share ideas/feedback. 
An Atom Package that allows for epic pair programming, powered by Pusher
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Update: we added Slack integration: https://atom.io/packages/atom-pair
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Looking for someone to pair with to refactor my java + websocket based online pictionary game. The code is available at: https://github.com/rationalrevolt/drawguess
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Jonathan Bello

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Anyone up for some Rails pairing/mentoring? I have some knowledge but not confident yet. Looking for someone to help accelerate my learning... I am comfortable with HTML CSS and programming. 
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It is always good to have something on Github. here is mines github.com/jonathanbello I have more front end stuff on there. I'm into design too. my portfolio of design is jonathanbello.com

I haven't done JS since early this year. Lately more into Ruby. I'm currently a CS student entering my final year.
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Rohit Reddy D

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I'm a beginner and just getting started with Full Stack dev. Anyone interested in pairing up? 

Also, i'm using the odin project for the my learning, and i am right now at HTML/CSS.
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I'm a junior Rails developer, and I'd love to broaden my skills by working and learning from other developers. Please ping me to start on paring.
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I am looking for someone interested in clojure pairing...
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Did you find someone yet? Potential partners will want to know: What program are you writing, and what is your preferred time of day/night for pairing?

(By the way, I am curious: does typical Clojure have pattern matching like the strongly typed functional languages in the ML family? Do they add a library like this: http://www.brool.com/index.php/pattern-matching-in-clojure )
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David Corking

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Join us Wednesday, June 4th for our final hangout  w/@martinfowler, @kentbeck&@dhh. This final hangout will be a double episode (1hr) featuring a Q&A session as well as final thoughts. Keep the conversation going at  #IsTDDDead

Keep up with all of the past hangouts on #IsTDDDead here:http://martinfowler.com/articles/is-tdd-dead/

"TDD as One True Way" versus "TDD as devil-spawned tempter" is not a productive contrast. Most of us have similar goals for development: confidence, impact, challenge, belonging. Test-driven development is one path toward these goals, but there are many other paths. This conversation in six parts explores tradeoffs in development, places TDD in those tradeoffs, and gives you perspective with which you can decide for yourself how you want to program.

Speakers:
Martin Fowler
Kent Beck
David Heinemeier Hansson (DHH)
This Hangout On Air is hosted by ThoughtWorks. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
Q&A
Preview
Live
Is TDD dead? [Part V & VI]
Wed, June 4, 2014, 11:00 AM
Hangouts On Air - Broadcast for free

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do we have PHP session for pairing also, I saw most of them is Ruby
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Sure weekend sounds good. Are you also on Skype? My id is metharu &/or we can also initially coordinate via email (m.s.metharu@hotmail.com). Look forward to it :)
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Sam Joseph
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group video calls now free on Skype ...
Call it the Google Hangouts effect? Skype's group video calling feature is now free for all users.
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Actually there are more and more recent offers outside... 
WebRTC effect is more like it : Jumpchat / Webex / Join Me / Appear.in / talky.io ...all pretty recent services.
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As a school kid everyone of us would have known a computer as a machine to "PAINT" or to copy some school notes to "Notepad" .Not only kids but the influence of these tools is found everywhere. This requirement of notepad sh...
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