Episode 69 / 2020.03.23
Andrew Welch, Patrick Harrington, Jonathan Melville, Marion Newlevant
#remote #working #pair-programming

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.

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