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Refactoring Tools Review - Part I

, 8 Sep 2009 CDDL 11.9K 9
Don Roberts and John Brant stated in the book Refactoring - Improving the Design of Existing Code: "Refactoring with automated tool support feels different from manual refactoring".Indeed - It is!Having an automated tool that helps you to change the code without the fear is invaluable.
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Uri Lavi
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Uri Lavi is a development lead with extensive experience in Data Intensive, Business Compound, Distributed and Scalable Software Systems. Uri specializes in mentoring, coaching and consulting for complex software engineering topics, among which: Software Architecture, Design Patterns & Refactoring.

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