Aditya Verma

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Recent posts by Aditya Verma

Saksoft has offices in Noida and Chennai. How is this company to work for?
15 years ago
Few more observations -

1) Companies are out there to make profits. Plain and simple. As long as they do not do anything illegal, they are within rights to do so. There is nothing we can do about it!

2) Its necessary in job market to leave a "good" final impression while changing jobs. If you have performed well during the course of employment then there is no point in destroying your reputation at the very end. Whatever is lost is lost. Emotional reaction is not going to bring it back!

3) There is difference between being noble and being practical. Be practical!

4) We live in an unfair world. Deal with it!
16 years ago
Some observations -

1) Matt's job is being outsourced to a groups of 5 indians doesn't means that Matt's employer needs 5 indians to match one US programmer. It only means that Matt's employer can afford 5 indian programmers in place of one US programmer.

2) I feel really sorry for Matt but take strong offence to comments like "indians stole his job". No one stole no one's job. Its a business decision made entirely by Matt's employer.

3) "..steal alot of source code..", "..be "slow" in the transfer process ..", "..play dumb and teach them something else or as less as possible..". Grow up, guys!! I would advise Matt not to leave a 'bad' lasting impression. Its very unprofessional and immature.

Best of luck for the job search, Matt!
16 years ago
What about the growth of migrant indian programmers already working in US/UK/Australia? Do they usually rise to the level of PL/PM or they just continue to code? If not, may be, becoming a software architect is an option?
16 years ago
Hi Everyone,

It seems to me that job onsite opportunities seem to exist only for hands-on coders. Do you think job opportunities exist in US/UK/Australia for people currently working as Project Leader or Project Manager positions in India?
16 years ago