“It is not yet clear whether scientists will attempt to package or refactor more traditional applications (which require high bandwidth, closely-coupled communications in many important domains) in ways that are well-suited for the cloud infrastructure, or whether cloud infrastructure providers will offer options that provide hardware suited for them.”
“I isolated components for reusability where I found it useful – which is part of a long term plan to refactor a large part of the code base at work.”
“Now, they managed through hard work to refactor the SAME error into ALL of their products.”
“I can refactor so easily in Scala with huge confidence and I can't do that in Ruby at all.”
“If you skip refactorings in Ruby because they are hard, your code becomes harder and harder to refactor.”
“Having to write fewer and there for refactor fewer tests makes a difference as well.”
“If it's our duty to refactor our broken code, to always make our code better when we have to modify it, then it's just as much our duty to fix up API's.”
“To properly test all the nooks and crannies of my code, I had to refactor the code so that I could reset the configuration file.”
“Basically, I'm looking for one person to help me refactor a big patch to trunk so that it's not as ugly as it is now and hence might be accepted.”
“Why would a Google OS have to refactor the Chrome toolbars?”
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