Episode 69 / 2020.03.23
Andrew Welch, Patrick Harrington, Jonathan Melville, Marion Newlevant
On this episode, we talk to Ben Orenstein about Tuple, dubbed “The best remote pair programming app on macOS”.
We discuss why pair programming is such a helpful thing to be doing, whether you’re working remotely or even on-site together, in terms of learning by observing, which is what we primates are geared for.
With more and more people being asked to work remotely to combat COVID-19, Tuple’s kind of distance collaboration enables people to be effective remote workers.
We then talk about the specific features of Tuple in terms of its CPU efficiency, lack of friction, screen drawing, and remote control that set it apart from the myriad of existing screen sharing solutions.