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reimplementing

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of reimplement.

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Examples

  • How can you make an application more scalable, short of starting over, redesigning and reimplementing?

    How Digg's Cassandra Debacle Could Have Been Avoided

  • How can you make an application more scalable, short of starting over, redesigning and reimplementing?

    How Digg's Cassandra Debacle Could Have Been Avoided

  • So bloggers are reimplementing parts of the process for them.

    Scripting News for 3/7/2007 « Scripting News Annex

  • They are not just reimplementing fact checking, by the way, they are also doing more of the post-reporting analysis reporters and editorial writers used to do.

    Scripting News for 3/7/2007 « Scripting News Annex

  • My first thought was that this is silly, basically reimplementing the browser history and cache with a search layered on top.

    Seruku: Search what you've seen

  • My first thought was that this is silly, basically reimplementing the browser history and cache with a search layered on top.

    Archive 2004-05-01

  • A cautionary tale about reimplementing something that really smart/good programmers have spent a lot of time thinking about, eh?

    Planet Python

  • A cautionary tale about reimplementing something that really smart/good programmers have spent a lot of time thinking about, eh?

    Planet Python

  • It's also common to derive custom hosts that support the WCF service programming model by extending ServiceHost directly rather than using ServiceHostBase and reimplementing that functionality.

    MSDN Blogs

  • Now throw in that we're actually not reimplementing on the same architecture, or even the same computational model, and I think we have the gold standard for "worst project estimation effort ever".

    MachineMachine (formerly 'The Huge Entity')

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