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October 28, 2006


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Yaser Anwar


I respect your track record as an entrepreneur. However, a junior associate isn't always right when he/she dislikes the candidate. Not everyone is cut out to have sharp instincts when it comes to reading people and their abilities.

I've worked with some programmers. To me, most of them are like accountants, introverts. Not all of them have the sharp eye like the CEO would.

Trusting the junior associate can be a tremendous morale booster, however they sometimes lack the experience and may not see what the other interviewers notice.

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