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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of refactor.

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  • Refactoring takes care of rewriting code that calls the refactored elements - so, for example, if you move a class to a new package, the required directories on disk be automatically created and code that refers to the class will be rewritten to refer to the new package.

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  • Oracle executive vice president of systems John Fowler clearly revels in the significant new investments Larry Ellison is pumping into every facet of Fowler's organization: the hiring each day of more engineers, the expansion in scale and funding for chip development, the creation of advanced systems running thousands of threads and handling hundreds of terabytes of memory, and imagining what the "refactored" storage and server systems of the future will look like.

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  • Oracle executive vice president of systems John Fowler clearly revels in the significant new investments Larry Ellison is pumping into every facet of Fowler's organization: the hiring each day of more engineers, the expansion in scale and funding for chip development, the creation of advanced systems running thousands of threads and handling hundreds of terabytes of memory, and imagining what the "refactored" storage and server systems of the future will look like.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Oracle executive vice president of systems John Fowler clearly revels in the significant new investments Larry Ellison is pumping into every facet of Fowler's organization: the hiring each day of more engineers, the expansion in scale and funding for chip development, the creation of advanced systems running thousands of threads and handling hundreds of terabytes of memory, and imagining what the "refactored" storage and server systems of the future will look like.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Oracle executive vice president of systems John Fowler clearly revels in the significant new investments Larry Ellison is pumping into every facet of Fowler's organization: the hiring each day of more engineers, the expansion in scale and funding for chip development, the creation of advanced systems running thousands of threads and handling hundreds of terabytes of memory, and imagining what the "refactored" storage and server systems of the future will look like.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Oracle executive vice president of systems John Fowler clearly revels in the significant new investments Larry Ellison is pumping into every facet of Fowler's organization: the hiring each day of more engineers, the expansion in scale and funding for chip development, the creation of advanced systems running thousands of threads and handling hundreds of terabytes of memory, and imagining what the "refactored" storage and server systems of the future will look like.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Oracle executive vice president of systems John Fowler clearly revels in the significant new investments Larry Ellison is pumping into every facet of Fowler's organization: the hiring each day of more engineers, the expansion in scale and funding for chip development, the creation of advanced systems running thousands of threads and handling hundreds of terabytes of memory, and imagining what the "refactored" storage and server systems of the future will look like.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Oracle executive vice president of systems John Fowler clearly revels in the significant new investments Larry Ellison is pumping into every facet of Fowler's organization: the hiring each day of more engineers, the expansion in scale and funding for chip development, the creation of advanced systems running thousands of threads and handling hundreds of terabytes of memory, and imagining what the "refactored" storage and server systems of the future will look like.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Oracle executive vice president of systems John Fowler clearly revels in the significant new investments Larry Ellison is pumping into every facet of Fowler's organization: the hiring each day of more engineers, the expansion in scale and funding for chip development, the creation of advanced systems running thousands of threads and handling hundreds of terabytes of memory, and imagining what the "refactored" storage and server systems of the future will look like.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • Oracle executive vice president of systems John Fowler clearly revels in the significant new investments Larry Ellison is pumping into every facet of Fowler's organization: the hiring each day of more engineers, the expansion in scale and funding for chip development, the creation of advanced systems running thousands of threads and handling hundreds of terabytes of memory, and imagining what the "refactored" storage and server systems of the future will look like.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

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