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The backlash against outsourcing American jobs to countries like India had transformed into an anti-immigrant and anti-Indian atmosphere lately. While looking at outsourcing and high-tech visa programs from a completely different angle --and giving an enjoyable account of Indian programmers -- this book answers, in an extremely balanced way, the following complicated questions that have been raised by many American programmers, talkshow hosts, news anchors and politicians:
. If outsourcing is inevitable, what’s next for Americans?
· Did America really benefit from immigrant programmers?
· Was there never a need to bring immigrant programmers to the U.S.?
· Are Indian immigrant programmers nothing but corporate lapdogs?
· Are Indian programmers dumb as rocks and incapable of thinking outside of the box?
· Did Indian immigrant programmers support the September 11th attacks?
· Did Americans invent everything that belongs to the computer industry?
· Is the Indian education system far below world standards?
· Is there an organized Indian mafia in American universities that hires only Indian cronies?
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N. Sivakumar is a software engineer in the U.S. with more than ten years of industry experience in Electronic Design Automation (EDA), Internet Security, and Customer Relationship Management (CRM). He has published several articles on latest technology trends, and he uncovered a critical security hole in Microsoft Hotmail.Review:
"An engaging and challenging account" -- COMPUTERWORLD Feb 28th. 2005
"Engaging, Surprising and Funny. A voice from the Indian side of the equation is well worth hearing." -- SALON.COM
Beautifully balanced. Every American programmer should read this book.I liked the way the author compared American programmers to Indians. -- Bob Young, Programmer MI, USA.
Intelligent,Funny and Timely! Sivakumar has produced a Fahrenheit 9/11 for Lou Dobbs and Co. -- DesiGeek
Sivakumar is polite and optimistic than a hired-gun programmer might lead you to expect. -- SLASHDOT
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Book Description Divine Tree, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0975514008
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