Not Invented Here Syndrome is the tendency of organizations to reject suitable existing solutions in favor of internally-developed ones. The result of this is often wasting hours on reinventing the wheel. In many projects, one the first important architectural decision is the API design. Given the gravity of this decision, countless meetings and discussions are held over the topic of what convention and formatting to adopt and almost always there are as many opinions as there are developers. What if there existed a ready-made solution?