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Hmm. Most recently I managed a refactoring design process across a multi hundred person org at a large tech company, also needing to include a few other multi hundred people orgs. It wasn't the first time I've done that. Most of the effort involved was people issues, to your point.

At that point you're talking multiple codebases and the complexities become managing transactions, data transformations, and contracts across discrete processes.

I'm not sure how that's germane to the discussion at hand. In fact, to the opposite point, I've found that in multi organization refactors and designs functional programming continues being a useful mine for concepts to simplify thinking around data transformations, immutability, and data contracts.




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