Let the Other 95% of Great Programmers In

From Ycombinator’s Paul Graham, Let the Other 95% of Great Programmers In

This agrees with an article awhile ago about how in a meritocracy, as epitomized by the USA, we should not limit our labor options. I give the example of a hypothetical string theory simulator that only one in a million people is smart enough to code, which means only a few hundred Americans can create it, versus thousands of foreigners.

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