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Remote Pairing by Joe Kutner

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What’s Next?

Yogi Berra once said, “In theory, practice and theory are the same. In practice, they aren’t.” Many remote pair programming techniques are simple in theory, but in practice we have to deal with the fact that you and your pairing partner will connect across two different networks—a task that is often nontrivial.

The virtual cloud server we’ve created in this chapter is a big step toward solving the real-world problems of remote pair programming. It’s one of the most important tools a remote pair programmer can have, but there are many other ways we can create it. Here are some additional tools you might want to try:

ngrok[57]

This free service lets you create a tunnel from a public Internet address to a port on your local machine. ...

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