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Teams beginning to use pair-programming often struggle because of poor workstation configuration as they attempt to use their individual programming space. There is more to it than merely adding a second chair. Take a moment to review Pair Programming Smells and recall that there are physical limitations as well as psychological limitations to overcome.
Pair programming is not a utopian practice. Some people don't enjoy it at first, and some never warm up to it. Regardless, it makes the code better. If your team wants to make the code better through pair-programming, then it is important that their attempts are not hobbled by a poor workstation configuration. For a little bit of money, a leader can make a big difference in the way a company puts out software.