IT'S MONDAY, TIME TO ASSIGN PAIRS TEAM

Why is pair programming such dog shit.
I am not there to baby sit a moronic 3rd world idiot to writing his code for him?

There is no way in hell this is a boost for productivity, there's no way in hell this is a boost in quality, there's no way in hell this is a good use of my time.

Maybe we should hire better programmers Mr. Sheklestein?
And of you IQfyrils forced to pair program at work?

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Its a core component of agile and if I were your boss you'd definitely be employed. Genuinely curious how you found work with this attitude, lucky of skilled enough that its worth looking past your crippling behavioral disability and racism?

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Unemployed*, or*
      Seriously you sound like trash lol how'd you get hired right now

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Unemployed*, or*
      Seriously you sound like trash lol how'd you get hired right now

      You might be a Black person with zero skills.
      Try actually writing code that works and you don't need a pair. If I was your boss I'd fire you for being a lazy homosexual.
      What kinda commbie bullshit is this?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        OK, you're so trash and uninformed about the basics of the industry that I'm guessing you're a new grad. You're definitely not self taught because you couldn't get away with being this misinformed about fundamentals if you didn't have a degree or some other credential.

        I think its really a shame that schools are graduating juniors with no real knowledge of the fundamentals in software design. They've never read a book on design patterns, they've never read a book on agile.

        What you are complaining about is a well established (since the 80s at least) standard for good devops. It isn't new, and its probably been around about the same time as your parents. There's no excuse to not understand or know why its implemented. Legacy waterfall ways of doing code are inefficient and tremendously more frustrating to someone like you who is neurologically diverse because they are hierarchial and lead to management forcing you to do things their way. If you don't like pair programming, you won't like the reality of having to conform to waterfall spec.

        You just seem like a trash person all around. You think that your ignorance is some sort of great point, but you don't even have a thought, let alone a point. You lack fundamental knowledge in the discipline you're hired for at a time in which even very skilled people are having difficulty finding a job. Unsurprisingly, you're also a braindrad reactionary.

        I think you should consider yourself very lucky you were even able to find a job. Work on your shit, become a better human, and actually try to understand the bare minimum of your profession. If you keep this up, someone will figure out you're incompotent and fire you. Guessing you don't have much else going on in your life

        I hope a rocket hits your house in Tel Aviv tonight.

        Hey chud, don't be anti american and don't be antisemitic. Your life will be better

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >OK, you're so trash and uninformed about the basics of the industry that I'm guessing you're a new grad
          WRONG lol

          >They've never read a book on design patterns, they've never read a book on agile.
          lmfao, you're so wrong I'm not even going to finish reading your stupid take. Stop hiring DEI homosexuals like you who need hand holding.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Worthless Black person

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I hope a rocket hits your house in Tel Aviv tonight.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >and if I were your boss you'd definitely be employed
      >lucky of skilled

      Read what you type before posting, you fricking moron.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >OK, you're so trash and uninformed about the basics of the industry that I'm guessing you're a new grad
        WRONG lol

        >They've never read a book on design patterns, they've never read a book on agile.
        lmfao, you're so wrong I'm not even going to finish reading your stupid take. Stop hiring DEI homosexuals like you who need hand holding.

        Please do not pollute IQfy by posting idiotic hate speech masquerading as some sort of epic point. You're an ignorant chud who doesn't understand what you're talking about. I think because you spend all of your time here, you lack an awareness of how demented you seem outside of your walled garden. If you want to stew in your schizophrenia and ignorance, /misc/ is down the hall and to the left. That's the dedicated board for FBI surveillance of possible right wing terror cells.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You have to go back to whatever moronic place you came from.
          Agile and pair programming is shit and you are too.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      > It's a core component of agile

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Why the frick do you keep posting here? have a nice day parasite

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >I were your boss you'd definitely be employed.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You're just training your sub-par replacement for 1/3 of the pay, White man.

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    sounds like they force you to pair program in the hopes it'll socialize you

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    No, I have never been subjected to such nonsense. Seems like a waste when code review is already a thing.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I don't know what pair programming is but I think there is some value working with a college on certain development tasks.
    Like if you're working on the same file independently and simultaneously, you might write redundant code being before you realize that both of you could benefit from some shared helper functions, or that you could improve readability by using a similar style and naming practices.
    Another example is learning existing code or fixing bugs: working with another programmer can easily speed up that process.
    It really depends on the situation.

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Some results are expected from the tradeoff of 1 programmer + 1 code-checker vs 2 programmers:
    - Taking turns between writing and reading makes you more introspective about the codebase and thus catching bugs more often
    - looking at a colleague's code you start getting the hang of the places where he often fricks-up. Symetrically, having your colleague check your code regularly will lead to him giving you a heads-up saying stuff like "dude, timestamps are long int and not doule" that you wouldn't notice on your own cause you do it automatically.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Redundancy in case you leave suddenly.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      It's like Mr Shekelstein knows being chained to an incompetent thirdie makes people want to leave suddenly. Win-win for him.

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    This is how politicians should be forced to work. One left politician and one right have to pair up every day and do everything together because they can't be trusted otherwise. For programming it's a moronic idea and would never take a job that made me do that

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Imagine having to stop working at high efficiency to hand-hold a diversity hire.
    The absolute state.
    Went back to Uni to brush up... intake was 40% darkies on the AI+ML course in the first week, darkies asking whites for help, some white/asian 18 yr olds tried to help them, i overheared their conversations it was all good intentioned but didn't know the subject then they started asking me. I refused to help them.
    By the end of the 1st semester there were NO DARKIES left.
    I enjoyed that feeling when the last one didn't show.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I had this experience at uni. Fun fact, some lectures were in German and some were in English. Pajeets obviously only went to English classes which had a really bad reputation because of that. When looking for team mates to solve group assignments, people would intentionally write in German on the uni internal forum as to avoid Indians asking to join their groups. If they did it anyways, they were ignored.

      This was a strategy that paid of. Some classes had pseudo anonymized leaderboards as a fun little thing to motivate students to invest more time. The Indian teams were always the worst. Professors complained how people from India with computer science degrees couldn't solve the most basic coding problems.

      I believe the uni I went to now introduced fees for Indian students in particular in a hope of reducing their number.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >intentionally write in German on the uni internal forum as to avoid Indians asking to join their groups
        Brilliant.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I didn't know there were actually this trash.
        I'm curious about how people from south america are perceived in uni and work.
        Are we trash as well? Probably there's few of us out there anyways.

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