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re: I was having a conversation with a friend the other day about what makes a piece of software successful. We both agreed that at the end of the day,...
 

Well to make a sports analogy, the ideal "interception rate" to optimize for a quarterback is not zero. Interceptions are bad, but shooting for perfection would lead to a sort of conservatism that would not feed the end goal. "Many" is also a terrible rate. "Few" is the ideal place to be.

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