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2014-04-19 »

The problem with all this talk about "impostor syndrome" and its opposite is that it puts too much emphasis on how smart you are, and not enough emphasis on whether you got the right answer.

We have much more reliable and objective methods for evaluating the quality of answers than the quality of people.

If it makes you feel better, I'd be happy to accept the right answer even from an impostor.

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