kiryan wrote:There are exceptions to everything.
The question is do you build frameworks and take elaborate steps to prepare for and accept every exception?
or do you just treat exceptions as such.
There are exceptions, but that does not mean we must not or should not openly discriminate.
Who's talking about frameworks? I'm saying you should actually use your brain, rather than just your eyes to judge something. You believe anyone who walks up with a tattoo is not worth hiring. That has nothing at all to do with frameworks. It just has to do with your own prejudice, and you shouldn't need a framework to work around that when judging whether someone can be useful.
You're blind. You'll miss talented people, and install sheep who do nothing. You'll have tons of people in suits doing the minimum work, not creating anything, and making sure they follow every rule to the letter. These are NOT the type of people that go above and beyond, they are the type that do everything their job description states and nothing more.
You can have them.