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Pair Programming

Goal contributions

Major Goal Minor Goal Contribution Value Situation
Improved Effectiveness (performance) Improved design quality ++ In General
Improved Effectiveness (performance) Reduced development cost - In General
Improved Effectiveness (performance) Reduced defects in code (more correctness) ++ In General
Improved Effectiveness (performance) Faster problem solving + In General
Improved Communication (None) ++ In General
Improved Communication Improved knowledge sharing (among team members) ++ In General
Improved Collaboration (None) ++ In General
Improved Job Satisfaction (None) ++ In General
Improved Team Management Reduced Staffing Risk ++ In General

Requisite contributions

(S - Satisfied, PS - Partially Satisfied, U - Undefined, D - Denied, PD - Partly Denied)

Major Requisite Minor Requisite Requisite Satisfaction Value Situation

Study information

ID:
13

Name:
Cockburn2001

URL:
http://www1.cs.tum.edu/twiki/pub/Lehrstuhl/DesignRationaleSoSe2005/cockburn00costs.pdf

Study Type:
Empirical Study

Study Format:
Controlled Experiment

Description:
NA

Organization:
NA

Year:
2001

Reference:
Cockburn; A.; & Williams; L. (2001). The costs and benefits of pair programming. (Ed.).In: Extreme programming examined (pp. 223-243); Addison-Wesley Longman Publishing Co.; Inc.

Title of Paper:
NA

Conference Name:
NA

Abstract:
NA