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Other than working at an enterprise-type company, getting exposure through watching videos might help. And remember - the best definition of enterprise software that I've ever heard is: enterprise software is when the person buying the software almost is never the one who uses it.


Based on your brief posting, you might be interested in more CIO-style matters.


Really, I personally believe the more exposure you have to fields outside of your profession (at least the one you are in for now), the better mental model of the world you want to be part of you produce.

I used to work in enterprise software so I can say for sure that it its own unique bubble, just like startups.

In fact, read this book:


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