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Why so many indians and/or pakistan users post in JavaRanch ?

Just curiosity...
 
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For the same reason everyone else does. To learn and to help.
 
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A better question might be "Why don't more brazilian users post in JavaRanch?"
 
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Originally posted by Marilyn de Queiroz:
A better question might be "Why don't more brazilian users post in JavaRanch?"



Perhaps they have problems identifying with the moose?
 
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Do you also see some pakistani users here ??
 
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Guess Javas the in thing around here in the subcontinent..

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Originally posted by Juli�n Catino:
Why so many indians and/or pakistan users post in JavaRanch ?

Just curiosity...



Same kind of discussion going in Jobdiscussion:
https://coderanch.com/t/29787/Jobs/careers/come-so-many-Indians
 
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I think its because of our study pattern that we follow. Right from the childhood, Asians have a tendency to manipulate in order to find the way out. That is the reason why we are so creative and at the top of the world when there is a problem that needs a solution, and Java is something that we love.

Kudos to all Indians and Pakistani programmers.
 
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Originally posted by Bhiku Mhatre:
Do you also see some pakistani users here ??



Here I am.
But I dont post alot.
 
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Originally posted by Sukhvinder Hanspal:
I think its because of our study pattern that we follow. Right from the childhood, Asians have a tendency to manipulate in order to find the way out. That is the reason why we are so creative and at the top of the world when there is a problem that needs a solution, and Java is something that we love.



It's amazing how much I got to learn not only about Java on this forum, but also about some people's philosophy..
 
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This thread has nothing to do with how we run JavaRanch, so I'm closing it. Another sheriff might trash it. I for don't find this particular question insensitive or hostile. I do however find it obnoxious to characterize our user base by race or nationality.

We're interested in providing and promoting a friendly place for Java greenhorns to meet. Let's focus on whether those efforts are working.
 
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