There is nothing quite like the feeling of mob programming: everyone seated around a single screen, all oriented toward the same goal, problem solving together. The practice supports good quality, increases knowledge transfer, and builds a sense of team. But is it even possible mob program in a remote setting? And if it is possible, will the same benefits be gained?
Join the deliver:Agile team for an AMA (Ask Me Anything) with several practicing mob programming experts. Ask questions and learn from their experience adapting mob programming to a remote setting.