Wherein polite gentlemen at gaming conventions explain how people didn't have their variables separate enough with regard to the Dunning-Kruger effect. Lars thinks Andreas has drawn the wrong learnings from this.
It's a good idea to be humble … but strong opinions loosely held may not be the perfect thing, either?
Also discussed is the curse of the expert - teaching across a large gap in experience, and how to actually go about changing systems and having better discussions. Have you considered being god's advocate instead of the devil's when in a discussion?