refactor

refactor

To improve the quality of code in a program. Refactoring does not alter the functionality of the software; but makes it more readable and maintainable for future changes.
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"Google Cloud and NetApp Cloud Volumes helped us move high performance file workloads that we thought would take months or years to refactor," said Jon Latshaw, vice president, Cloud Services, Cardinal Health.
August Capital was the round's lead investor, and existing investor Refactor Capital participated.
VMware simplifies the deployment and eliminates the need for partners to refactor solutions for VMware Cloud on AWS.
After having deployed CP, we observed an increased appetite among engineers to refactor code covered by the CP-generated tests.
The company said more than 50,000 hours have been invested in upgrading CAMRA, including leveraging the .NET framework to refactor or optimize CAMRA's industry-standard library of yield and bond math functions.
In the case, that M-XRAY detects model clones, the user can refactor the model by using the links from the report to navigate to the indicated subsystems.
In his article on Scrum Alliance, Vadivelan Sivanantham of CTS shares his experiences in a project where they had to refactor an existing piece of code into a new component.
* Test-Driven Development (TDD): This practice is about creating tests, which reflect what the code should do and unpunished an efficient rhythm for developers--test, code, refactor, test, code, refactor" [Beck, 2005].
With Artisan Studio 7.4 you can now also reconcile sibling sandboxes, refactor state machines and difference the same package used in different models.
The new version also enables users to reconcile sibling sandboxes, refactor state machines and difference the same package used in different models.
It tells how to refactor Ruby code quickly, using several applications to discuss the process and offering a workbook using several applications to help reinforce refactoring ideas by linking concepts to real-world scenarios.
Applying the methodology to Open Source Software has presented the opportunity to demonstrate that although rigorous, the Common Criteria can be flexible and adaptable to a variety of software paradigms; for instance, it was possible to evaluate existing product and design documentation without the need to refactor this evidence specifically for the evaluation.