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Refactoring for C/C++ and C#: Let the Machine do the Work

, 10 Oct 2006 CPOL 91.8K 37
A review of the code refactoring tools in Visual Assist X - by John Krajewski, Senior AI Programmer, Pandemic Studios.

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Whole Tomato Software
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Whole Tomato Software, Inc. was founded in 1997 with a mission to improve developer productivity. We make progress on our goal by creating simple yet powerful improvements to existing development environments.

Since its founding, the company has improved every Microsoft IDE since Microsoft Visual C++ 5.0. In that early IDE, the company introduced features that form the foundation of what is now called IntelliSense.
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