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Davide de Paolis Author

agree. and in fact, even though all the team was on the same page about the necessity of having that framework everywhere, it was a mistake doing it at once on my own.
regarding changes to small parts of code, again, it depends on how small, and what you mean with "changing" them.

adding a unit test, rename a method, fix a typo, splitting big methods to make them more testable, and understandable, does not disrupt the code base not the coding experience of your colleagues.

but i agree with you, everyone should be aware. about this Dan Abramov shared a very nice experience of a code refectoring mistake he did in the past