Remote Pair Programming in R

June 2, 2016

(This article was first published on R –, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Recently I’ve been doing a lot of remote pair programming with clients. A few people have asked how this works. Rather than try to explain it, I recorded one of my sessions with a client last week, and you can watch it below:

The actual session was about an hour long, though I edited it down to about 10 minutes here.

If you are interested in having me help you remotely with your R project, check out my services page for details.

If you are interested in trying remote pair programming on your own, then my Remote Pair Programming Checklist might help you:

Download my Remote Pair Programming Checklist


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