Cycle glossary

Product terminology simply explained


Refactoring is like renovating your house without changing its structure. In product management, refactoring refers to improving the code of a software application without changing its functionality. It's like tidying up your code to make it cleaner, more efficient, and easier to maintain. Just as you might rearrange furniture or repaint walls to make your home more organized and appealing, refactoring helps make your software more robust and user-friendly.

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