Usually, mob programming involves face-to-face and side-by-side collaboration because all of the developers are working on the project simultaneously. But with the help of the right tools, like CoScreen, you can mob remotely, so you can work from anywhere and with anyone.
Max Andakerfrom San Francisco
Co-Founder and CPO at CoScreen
Today, we're launching the 1.0 version of CoScreen for macOS and our private beta for Windows. Get it on our website at https://coscreen.co.
We believe that the wellbeing and productivity of engineering teams can be significantly improved by implementing a new style of synchronous group work we call "Deep Collaboration". Distributed teams run better if they can get to a shared understanding instantly and if they can help each other
As many of us have been forced to leave our open office floor plans and aquarium-like meeting rooms in favor of work from home, so has our search intensified for ways to replace that "side by side" physical experience.