Jacob Thurman – (You’ll have to forgive me on this one. This post is kind of rambling stream-of-consciousness, but it’s been on my mind the last few days.) I’ve been thinking a lot about refactoring the last few days, and about how the tools we use (and create) for refactoring are involved in the refactoring activity. Here are some random thoughts: First, I’ve realized that refactoring is more than just applying the changes to code. It seems there are a few steps (and decisions) involved: Recognize or decide that a particular piece of code needs to be refactored. Choose a refactoring ...
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