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What is Pair Programing?

Pair programming is a software development technique where two programmers work together at one computer. The two programmers work on the same code, with one programmer typing and the other providing input and feedback. The roles can switch between the two programmers throughout the session. The goal of pair programming is to improve code quality, reduce errors, and increase productivity. By working together, the programmers can catch mistakes early and brainstorm solutions more efficiently. Additionally, the process promotes knowledge sharing and collaboration, which can lead to better team dynamics and more robust code.

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