I used to really laugh at Enterprise Quality FizzBuzz.

Now that I work in an enterprise software development group… It’s not quite as funny as it used to be.

Because it hits closer to home.

I used to write Ruby in medium sized methods. Now I have colleagues who have… strong views about methods being tiny. Like, one line methods. Lots of them. With an exceptional tolerance for boilerplate.

In the end, we probably have too many unit tests and too few integration tests. Because the philosophy is “unit tests first and integration tests maybe someday.”

Things I get from working in a big tech co:

bad things:

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