Interesting thoughts! 🤔
I think pair programming is another way to boost P in this model.
Often times we dwell on a mentor-mentee dichotomy when thinking about pairing, but it can also be an effective way for two inexperienced (in general or in a particular area) devs to quickly level up.
The team I'm on has been developing Kubernetes and service mesh expertise this way, and it's been a great way of getting exposed to a broader range of topics. As folks learn new things on their personal/solo learning journeys they share it with their pair -- and vice versa. 🙌
I find that pairing also helps with lossiness of learning. Between the two you will remember more things, especially in deep /complex code
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