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In a similar way, many of the projects I work on are big enough for refactoring to become an issue. What approach do you use there?
 
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Only focus on the areas which require most attention. If you go by the 20-80 rule that 20% of your project will be used 80% of the time, focus on that 20%.
 
Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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