If you've ever worked with a smart programmer
looking over your shoulder as you code, you may find
later that his or her presence sticks around far longer
than the actual person. I had an extremely good experience
coding/designing/documenting closely with another programmer
for only a week and find that, when needed, I can call
him up to sit on my shoulder (like those angel vs. devil
images) and tell me how to work through a problem or
untangle a knotted design.
(That sounds kind of weird. It's not, really, just
a form of talking to the cat or thinking yourself to have a
fever just to say out loud what you're thinking.)
programming is one of its most attractive features. Even
if it's one of the most difficult to implement since many
people think of their code as art that can't
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