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  • verb transitive To architect again or anew.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ architect

Examples

  • So, said Forstall, the company decided to "rearchitect" the system from the ground up.

    Yahoo! News: Technology News

  • So, said Forstall, the company decided to "rearchitect" the system from the ground up.

    Macworld

  • If you're struggling to rearchitect your WAN to handle unprecedented growth, you're not alone.

    The new WAN architecture: a blueprint

  • If they meet with success, they find that they are forced to rearchitect their code to a multi-tenant model.

    A Fatal Flaw For Open Source

  • If they meet with success, they find that they are forced to rearchitect their code to a multi-tenant model.

    A Fatal Flaw For Open Source

  • Basically, the combination of (a) through (d) means you have to rearchitect it.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Clive Crook (at The Atlantic) on “ClimateGate”

  • OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc. and Zepheira, LLC have announced that they will work together to rearchitect OCLC's Persistent URL (PURL) service to more effectively support the management of a "Web of data"

    July 2007

  • If you want to differentiate, if you want to have a dominant strategy, you have to start again, build from the ground up and rearchitect the value system.

    GoFish Says Game Over to Online Video

  • One of the things I couldn't get done at the last job was to rearchitect the news sites around feeds and RSS.

    RSS : The New Newsroom

  • One of the things I couldn't get done at the last job was to rearchitect the news sites around feeds and RSS.

    Archive 2005-07-01

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