Many software developers are using Pair Programming to increase the quality and maintainability of their code. In a pair programming environment, two programmers work together to write code.
Tonight in Southfield, MI, the Great Lakes Area .Net User Group is sponsoring a pair programming event, which we have labeled The Motor City Codeslingers. We invite programmers who work in any language to bring their laptops and pair with another developer. You may bring a side project with you, work on an open source project, work on a programming exercise (we'll provide a few) or just exchange ideas.
Joe O'Brien is a noted Ruby developer and owner of EdgeCase in Columbus, OH. He has agreed to stop by and provide some mentoring on pair programming techniques. Joe's company is well-known for its commitment to pairing as a way to maintain high quality.
The Motor City Codeslingers will meet at the Biggby Coffee House at 26185 Evergreen Rd in Southfield, MI tonight from 6-9PM. If we fill up Biggby, the overflow crowd can head to the Potbelly or Chipotle next door. The official announcement for this event is at http://is.gd/7pFGL
I hope to see you there.