Why do the indians suck
Has anyone ever had a Indian manager they loved? I'm Indian myself but kinda think culturally Indians are very self serving and don't tend to put their reports first thus aren't ideal to have as managers. We also tend to be very opinionated and bit of control freaks. I've also never had a good Indian manager personally as they had the qualities mentioned above but have had great white, Latina and East Asian managers who I felt genuinely cared about me.
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India is Filthy
Behind the 'Bad Indian Coder' - The Atlantic
Ever since that day, India has become progressively worse. You see, we started our journey through the country in the South of India. We thought that we should ease our way into India so that we would be more prepared once we traveled north. A Great book depicting India is White Tiger.
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Why do so many people insist that India is an English speaki
Fri Jun 27, am GMT. For them, it's a real dialect. Who gave the earlier guest his info I dont know.
The thread bounced around nerd circles for a bit before dying down, but it was just the latest example of the perennial grumbling by American programmers who are assigned to work on code that was crafted in Delhi or Mumbai. The accusations often incite Indian developers to jump in to defend themselves. He points out that while American coders ride private, Wi-Fi-equipped shuttles to work, their Indian counterparts sometimes commute hours to their city-center jobs from slum areas. Indian coders, it seems, have partly become victims of their own success—offering such a good deal to American CEOs to do a job just as well or at least almost as well as similarly-trained Americans, that their code has become pervasive.
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