Joshua Allen: "Computer people are disproportionately INTJ on Meyers-Briggs Personality type, and are disproportionately likely to consider themselves smarter than everyone else. In a company of 40,000 computer people, you don't have two poles of debate; you have approximately 40,000. And when you have a culture that is dismissive of hierarchy and high on debate (both points that Banks highlights regarding Microsoft), it's really hard to imagine the whole company choosing sides between two polarized positions, let alone kowtowing to one universal position 'by fiat'. Maybe one day I will shock the world even more by writing a book called 'Everyone at Microsoft Argues with Everyone Else'."