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Name

PairUp - Fast, Custom, Throwaway Pair Programming VPS

Synopsis

Create a debian-based VPS somewhere (AWS, DigitalOcean, etc). Note the server address and (on RackSpace at least) root password.

Then run:

./bin/pairup-setup-server <ip-address> [<pair-user-id> [<admin-user-id>]]

Soon you will find your self in a remote tmux wonderland, customized exactly the way that you your pair like it.

Write some code, share a laugh, push to GitHub, shut it down.

Description

Pair programming is great. If you have never done it you are in for a treat.

Setting up an environment for pair programming is a challenge. All you need is a shared tmux session and a way to talk (voicevoipphone/irc). The problem is that if you use your own machine it is customized great for you, but not your pair. It is better to set up a VPS in the cloud, ssh in, hack, push, shut it down. There are many challenges in getting the perfect environment with all your settings and software and repos etc, ready to go.

The PairUp project is about making this easy. You just need an account on a cloud IaaS provider like RackSpace or HPCloud or AWS, where you pay by the minute (~ 5 cents/hour), and then you run pairup-setup-server and in a few minutes you are logged in. PairUp displays info to tell your pair friend, so they can join you.

PairUp makes use of a project called ... (DotDotDot) that stores various settings in many repos and merges them correctly. You and your pair both have your dots preselected, and ... does the rest.

Status

PairUp is currently targeted at Debian systems (Ubuntu 12.04 is known to work good). It has been fully tested on RackSpace and HPCloud images.

Community

IRC: irc.freenode.net#pairup

Please add to this doc and this repo in general.

Let's PairUp soon, Ingy döt Net