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What’s common between outsourcing and Christopher Columbus’s discovery of America?
How are arranged marriages related to the Software Development Life Cycle?
For you to command better appraisals, what should’ve your parents named you?
Why does your Project Manager always give you a new task just when you’re about to sign off for the day?
Why are dumb, attractive software engineers always sent onsite?
In Life Of A Software EngineeR (LOSER), author Dipen Ambalia offers some hilarious answers to these questions and more, having struggled through years of terrible appraisals, dumb instructions, Bell Curves and belles’ curves.
Dipen's piece will be an instant hit, especially with the lakhs of IT engineers this country keeps producing. The analogies used in the book are universal to the IT industry which is sure to draw everyone's attention, whether or not the person belongs to the software industry. Hope to read more from him.