LOSER (Life Of a Software EngineeR)
Though this book shows the hillarious side of the IT world, for the future Guys,just a general word of caution Ankur Goel Certified Buyer 30 Jun, By profession, I am a software developer turned tester turned production support analyst turned business analyst!
The lines were an instantly struck a chord with me and compelled me to buy the book! Of the four stages of the professional life-cycle of a software engineer mentioned by Dipen, I am very lucky read unfortunate to directly introduced to the third stage - production support an Anindya Mukherjee Certified Buyer 14 May, Being a project manager, i was little offended at the book bcos it pokes a lot of fun on the managers: I am an ardent fan of scott adams and hence this book appealed to me a lot. I could recollect my early days in the IT industry!
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Btw, i got the signed copy from the author himself when he had come for an exhibition Infosys pune! Siddharth Jain Certified Buyer 9 Jun, The theory of origin of outsourcing,IT was very amusing. Thank you flipkart for delivering this book on time.
Blackhole Certified Buyer 8 Nov, Being an IT professional myself, especially a developer , i was amazed at the comparisons between a developer and a daily wage worker ; which is accurately true. I am happy to see that he has shown respect to developers in a particular section: The character sketches done are the other highlights , esp rita and male version of rita: A good portion of the book has mention about the kind of people IT guys and gals would like to marry or comparison with arranged marriage.
What makes the onsite people win over the offsite ones? They may make you remember people both IT and non-IT you have seen in your life. At one point, while mentioning recessions, he compares the recession-hit life in IT with that of the maid.
It could even hit house cleaners or those who work in fields far away from the eyes of IT. Dipen also gives special attention to reveal myths that exists about IT people. Have fun learning what non-IT people could be talking behind your back, if you work in IT. Since Dipen offers smart devices to fool your bosses, he may not want bosses to read this book!
But, there must be much more to write about the life in IT industry and perhaps, Dipen should write a sequel to this book to cover the uncovered secrets of IT life!
Book Review: LOSER – Life of a Software Engineer by Dipen Ambalia
Life of a Software Engineer is a book anyone can enjoy, though IT crowd may feel attracted to this book more. Mumbai-based Dipen Ambalia is an electrical engineer who has served in the IT industry and is currently a business analyst by profession and a writer by passion. Would you like to see more reviews about this item? Most recent customer reviews.
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