“I think some social refactoring is long overdue; I think that programs like the one Jane Margolis and Allan Fisher led at Carnegie-Mellon, and described in their book Unlocking the Clubhouse, matter a lot more than copyright reform or the fight against software patents.”
“This refactoring is motivated by students’ desire to quickly change the game’s parameters so that they each have a slightly different version of the game (guess a number between 1 and 10,000,000 isn’t uncommon!).”
“Over the years I've become very good at refactoring; I've actually been called a refactoring machine.”
“Rename refactoring now provides name completion, and some of the other refactorings were thoroughly refactored themselves, to make them perform faster.”
“Finalizing features that not fully implemented such as Move and Rename refactoring”
“Improved rename refactoring, type inference, and navigation”
“Smart Indent, Outdent, and Pair matching, additional to syntactic and semantic highlighting, code folding, instant rename refactoring, mark occurrences”
“Many other miscellaneous improvements, such as a better background compiler ( "Live Squiggles"), XML doc rename refactoring, etc..”
“The results showed that (1) DSM models can precisely capture key characteristics of software architecture by revealing independent modules, design rules, and the parts of a system that are not well modularized; (2) design rule theory can formally explain why some software systems are more adaptable, and how a modularization activity, such as refactoring, conveys strategic advantages to a company.”
“Each transformation (called a 'refactoring') does little, but a sequence of transformations can produce a significant restructuring.”
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