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Collaborative Programming as a form of Expression for Extroverts

Programming usually happens in short bouts for me
usually alone, yet i am in a dire need to pair up and see how others work on the same goal i have on a given project

in thinking about the minion friend i have - easier to talk to than the rubberduck i came upwith the idea of a confluence between the growing number of extroverts in our field and their way of programming

programming is a collaborative effort if any reasonably large scale is desired for the project.

and hence our present tech of multiscreens, zooms and git other various tools for remote pairing should allow for a way for them, our valuable extroverts, to apply their people skills by expressing it through coding

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