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Over the past couple of months I’ve been double a lot of remote pairing for obvious reasons (if you are reading this in the future google “COVID-19”..). I feel like I’ve learnt a lot along the way regarding how to get the most out of remote pairing sessions, both individually and for the pair or team. I wanted to share some of the things to do and things not to do with you.
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As the saying goes..
“There is no I in TEAM”
This is undeniably true, but there is also no WE in TEAM either. However there is a ME (sort of).
So what does this mean? Does it mean that the team is less about individuals or groups of individuals and actually about thinking what you can do to help the team? Well yes it does actually, but what it more likely means is idioms are pointless.