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FizzBuzz: Enterprise Edition!

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We're going to need some sort of persistence layer since the FIZZBUZZ protocol isn't truly stateless -- a user stating fizzbuzz might require a response of 16 or 31 (or an infinite number of other responses). We'd need to start tracking user sessions, which will have data protection issues so we'd need to get legal involved.

Is it worth getting a committee together to draft a replacement truly stateless protocol to FIZZBUZZ? I don't think it's been approved by ISO or any of the national standards bodies, nor is there an RFC. We'd have to get other stakeholders involved, of course.



Sounds about right...

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