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A development environment for distributed synchronous collaborative programming
ACM SIGCSE Bulletin
While collaborative approaches in the classroom have been shown to be highly beneficial for students of computer science, obstacles inherent in today's academic environment often prevent collocated collaborative approaches from being implemented. One solution to the collocation problem may lie with tools that facilitate distributed collaboration. This paper presents RIPPLE (Remote Interactive Pair Programming and Learning Environment), a development environment for distributed synchronousdoi:10.1145/1597849.1384315 fatcat:urbud6j4ujdb7g6zdre3xlzjn4