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As per todays market condition and the IT Sector in India, there is -100 % of Job Security. I was think how developers will survey when they loose there job.

* I strongly believe Blogging(using Google ads) is a standard earning, so that we start some technical blogs.

* i don't think freelancer will be another options to get some projects.

Is there any options available which will not move us away from technical space...
 
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Hi Mohammed,

Myself and some colleagues also thinking of further education like Masters degree or MBAs....
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Developing software tools for Indian market will also help.Many medium scale Indian vendors don't have legacy systems.Developing cheaper web solutions/tools for them would be beneficial.
 
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Originally posted by Arjun Shastry:
Developing software tools for Indian market will also help.Many medium scale Indian vendors don't have legacy systems.Developing cheaper web solutions/tools for them would be beneficial.



I strongly agree with you. I feel that we should develop some native frameworks/libraries and so on. Till date all what we work with are innovated else where. When are we going to have some Indian branded frameworks/tools/products that is famous world wide?
 
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Originally posted by Jothi Shankar Kumar Sankararaj:
When are we going to have some Indian branded frameworks/tools/products that is famous world wide?

Many, but not directly.
 
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Jothi Shankar Kumar You right. we should bring the IT to the Next level...
 
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As Vishal says there are many.and many Indian clients too use them.Developing tools/software is not country specific.As far as Indian clients are concerned developing multilingual applications/tools is one way.With global recession already started,cheaper open source applications and their support will be much in demand.
 
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