When I was a kid, I remember watching cartoons on my TV.
We’d have SpongeBob SquarePants, My Little Pony, and SpongeBob and the Amazing World of Gumball.
I remember being so obsessed with the cartoons that I’d watch the entire show in one sitting.
I think that was my first glimpse of mob programming.
The first time I saw the phrase mob programming, I thought, “I want to be like that.
I want to get paid to do that.”
But as time went on, I learned to do more with my time and my money, and that was the inspiration behind Mob Programming.
The word mob comes from the Spanish word música, which means “mob.”
It is a combination of two words that means “to swarm.”
It was a slang term used to describe people that were extremely aggressive and difficult to deal with.
That is why mob programming was a great way to get in on the action, and it was also a way to create a safe environment for everyone to have fun and create something meaningful together.