World-writable memory on Samsung Android phones
Posted Dec 21, 2012 16:38 UTC (Fri) by khim
In reply to: World-writable memory on Samsung Android phones
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If you're looking for 10 people and there are only 10 good people, be prepared to carefully filter out dozens of lemons.
This an example of "asphyxiated spherical cow". Such situation just never happens. Never. It's either "you are looking for 10 people and there are just one or two good candidates in the whole world" or "you are looking for 10 people and there are dozens of good candidates". In first case you need to rethink your strategy (why exactly do you need these candidates? perhaps it's time to change your plans and look for candidates with somewhat different qualifications?) and the second case it's not a big deal if you lose 50% of non-lemons.
Even if you somehow in the situation where you need 10 people and there are exactly 10 good candidates in the whole world it's extremely bad idea to organize contest to find them all. What if half of them will be snatched by a competitor? What if your company will grow and will need 20 of them? What if, god forbid, one of them will die? You'll be screwed, that's what!
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