modularization love

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  • noun The act or process of modularizing.

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  • Along the same lines, the next major Java SE release, Java 7, promises several new features across all packages, such as modularization, multi-language support, developer productivity tools, and performance improvement.

    Developer.com

  • Along the same lines, the next major Java SE release, Java 7, promises several new features across all packages, such as modularization, multi-language support, developer productivity tools, and performance improvement.

    Developer.com

  • So Benkler looked at the foundations of large-scale distributed production of innovation — low-cost distribution/modularization of work so as to allow small-scale contributions, coupled with diverse motivations and appropriation models.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Once a few plants have been built, I'd invest lots of money to figure out ways to lower the construction costs through modularization and mass production.

    Steve Kirsch: Climate Bill Ignores Our Biggest Clean Energy Source

  • What Should Replace It: Open source code, with strict practices for modularization, security, and flexibility.

    25 Technologies That Must Die

  • What Should Replace It: Open source code, with strict practices for modularization, security, and flexibility.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Typically things like modularization, scalability, standardization, utilizing interfaces, and the like fall under this category.

    2006 March - Telic Thoughts

  • 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.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • 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.

    A Theory of Modularity

  • The renaming to Pidgin also reflects the 2.0 release of the program, a significant milestone that reflects a modularization of the application's underlying architecture, as well as support for additional communications networks.

    Is Pidgin the Firefox of IM? - Anil Dash

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