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Why the programmer with Ph.D is a bad candidate for the employer? [closed]
I have found this comic pic on Steve Hanov's blog: The most of the points are true obviously. What I can't comprehend is, why having Ph.D is considered as a "bad thing"? Any thoughts?
Aug 21 '12 at 20:21
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