Have you ever wondered why your team is taking so long delivering new features? They are all behind their screen, headphones on, wired in, focused, programming. Why are they taking so long?
Turns out, parallelising the work that needs to be done might not be so productive at all.
Enter mob programming: a software development approach where the whole team works on the same thing, at the same time, in the same space, and at the same computer.
Today on Roasting Marshmallows, we are sitting down with Woody Zuill, co-author of the book on mob programming, and he believes we can always find a way to improve by rapidly taking countless, continuous tiny steps in the direction of "better".
The accumulation of these tiny steps leads to many wonderful things.
On this episode, you will find out that working as a team can be many times more productive, and a lot more fun, and who better to learn it from than the founding father himself: Woody Zuill
Woody's website: woodyzuill.com
Woody on LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/woodyzuill/
Woody on twitter: twitter.com/woodyzuill
Mob programming book: leanpub.com/mobprogramming