Wiki Pages About Refactoring

"The two most important tools an architect has are the eraser in the drawing room and the sledge hammer on the construction site." - FrankLloydWright

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Definition: Catalogs: Refactoring Patterns: Costs and benefits: Counterbalances less design up front: Small is good: Continuous is good: Although sometimes done in larger chunks: Refactoring and understandability: One thing at a time is good: Continuous testing is good: Refactoring Rules: Goals: Tools: Books: Language Specific: Related pages about comments and code clarity: Related pages about variables and code clarity: Meta Refactoring Refactoring Noses - Pushing the limits of refactoring discovery Other

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