Agile Pair Programming Everything You Need to Know… - by Luís Gonçalves. A guide on how to start pair-programming for teams who have never done it.
Pair Programming - by VersionOne. “Research results and anecdotal reports seem to show that short-term productivity might decrease modestly (about 15%), but because the code produced is so much better, long-term productivity goes up.”
Pairing, Are You Doing it Wrong? - by Ryan Oglesby. “[T]ake some Traditional Pairing, mix in a dash of Soloing on Fridays, add a Mob Coding session once a week, and switching to Supported Soloing when the time is right sounds like an effective team pairing dynamic to me.”
Strengthening the Case for Pair-Programming - by Laurie Williams, Robert Kessler, Ward Cunningham and Ron Jeffries. “The purpose of this article is to demonstrate through anecdotal, qualitative and quantitative evidence, that incorporating pair-programming into a software development process will help yield software products of better quality in less time with happier, more confident programmers.”