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re: I was speaking in broad terms, I totally agree, this is not a one shoe fits all situation. :) Both of those examples however present a less than i...

“keep people that need to learn onsite”

I work at a 100% remote company, so there is no “onsite” location

“teach people the importance of pair programming”

Good idea! In fact I tried that today. I’m on a pair programming break right now. :) It’s tough going at first, but I’ll be sharing my learnings on it in a future article.

Thank you for the fun conversation. I hope you subscribe/ keep reading. I like having readers who challenge my assumptions! :)

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