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Tuesday, July 31, 2007
So what exactly are candidates doing? PwC asks candidates to create the tallest, sturdiest structure they can using the fewest number of "bricks." Google asked candidates to build the strongest bridges they could.Click Here To Read The Full Story
Is this a valid form of assessment? A "professional Lego consultant" in Buenos Aires stated that, "Lego workshops are effective because child-like play is a form of instinctive behaviour not regulated by conscious thought. "
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Thursday, July 05, 2007
Yureeka Taxes uses a simple step-by-step question-and-answer format to collect data from a user, calculates the tax and creates a completed Income Tax Return ready for filing in 30 Minutes, all for free.
As readers in India have 26 days for filing... This might help you guys!!
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Friday, June 08, 2007
CEO of Meetup, Scott Heiferman has collated a funny document which is comparing Meetup with the Google !
The document, Meetuplex is very funny and also very honest.
Go check out whether it is a place where you'd like to work and associate with as well...
Found it interesting!! Meetup is Hiring !! Check out the current openings here !!
Google Rated Employer of the Year
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Thursday, June 07, 2007
For over a decade, the Information technology Industry has been accountable for the consumer revolution in
The cost of Talent is now a major issue that the Indian Information Technology Industry is currently facing. The cost of talent and the steady inflation has led to software giants thinking out of the box.
The Times today posted an article stating that Tata Consultancy Services widely know as TCS has now opened a software development centre in
“We see costs rising in
Indiaand people becoming less available,” and “That’s why we’re going to places like Latin America, which has professionals and reasonable costs.”
According to The Times, a stronger rupee, rising costs and a lack of talent is causing the move. Tata competitors including Infosys, Satyam and Wipro have already moved some of their operations to mainland
Is this a sign of shift focus of exploitation of third world counties? Is this the first sign of IT Slump in India?
Time will tell...Technorati Tags: Times, News, Career, IT, Work