Solo Programming

SoloProgramming requires just one person writing code sat all alone in front of their workstation. You know - the usual thing.

Not a very exciting or new idea, but one I thought that ought to have a name, in the same way that if you're not a Twin, or a Triplet, etc.., you're a Singleton.

--StephenHutchinson


If you enjoy and find value in PairProgramming, but are forced to do SoloProgramming, see SoloProgrammingXpWorkarounds for some tips.

Or maybe you're just a TeamOfOne....

a walkman with headphones playing nirvana helps

Is SoloProgramming the implementation phase of LoneDeveloperProjectManagement?

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