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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!
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Good website. +Dung Master 
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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]
Wed, June 4, 11:00 AM
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mohammed areef

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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. 
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Sorry... I didn't see this until tonight.  But sure ping me whenever.
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I only just heard about Jim Weirich and found this link to an old keynote of his. I probably understand less than 50% of his code but he was so entertaining that I watched the whole thing. He had me hooked at 'stabby proc'! :)
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Marian Mosley

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For discussion of, and pair programming on, http://agileventures.org
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Marian Mosley

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For discussion of, and pair programming on, http://agileventures.org
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About this community

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.
 
I am looking for someone interested in clojure pairing...
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I am still a beginner in clojure, but know enough of functional designs from scala. 
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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
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Is TDD dead? [Part V & VI]
Wed, June 4, 11:00 AM
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Jetsada Machom

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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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B AProgrammer

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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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Take a look at this site, it has good features for Pair Programming.
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We have just launched this PHP course http://www.guru99.com/php-tutorials.html
Though we made effort to cover all topic, we think there is room for
improvement. Can you experts suggest?
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I'm not an expert but since you asked: I think NetBeans IDE is the wrong way to go when teaching PHP to novice developers, it introduces extra complexity too early in order to abstract the mechanics you're trying to teach.
I would start them out with a nice text editor and log viewer (like Sublime and Console.app on the Mac). Once they have a foundation of the mechanics, then maybe introduce an IDE that hides that complexity, now they know exists.
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SUTHAR PRAKASH

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The most interesting way to learn PHP... Hats off to this Idea. 
https://apps.facebook.com/remarkin
Now not only learn php. here it is just play      
https://www.remarkin.com
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Thomas Ochman
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Remember to check out our brand new site and the Projects page. We are all about #PairProgramming   http://www.agileventures.org/projects
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