Changing the wheels on the car at 100km/h

Ben Coman refactored a core part of Delay and Delay are really central to a system like Pharo. His testimony highlights how we can be close to the system heart and improve it.

“One of the things that drew me to do the Delay refactoring, is simply that I could. That is, I was amazed that I could dig so deep so easily, see a path to improvement and effect change at a fundamental level. Excepting complexities with the Continuous Integration due to “changing the wheels on the car at 100km/h” (and one slip), it seems to have gone reasonably smoothly.  That sense of mastery is seductive.”

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