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In hiring a false negative means your competition gets a better programmer which means they will be able to eat your lunch.

How isn't that a disaster?




Maybe.

If a false negative means you have no awesome candidates to choose from, that's a problem.

If a false negative means you have two awesome candidates to choose from instead of three, that's irritating but hardly a disaster.




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