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Pawan Rao

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Recent posts by Pawan Rao

Hi brother.. i think i know which company is offering you... well, i should tell you that the role of a technical specialist is something in which you will not be involved in a project for all the life cycles.. you will be there only for the technical architecture consultancy and then move onto other projects... but what may actually happen inside is like you may end up doing what a software engineer is doing... the pro may be that you may get lof of onsite opportunities.
13 years ago
Yes, I too faced the same when I wanted to move from Company A to Company B. They call it anti-poaching. It is an agreement between 2 companies which says that Company A (or B) can not hire/interview an employee of Company B (or A) until and unless he/she has already resigned from Company B and is serving the notice period.
13 years ago
Yes, this can be done. You have to improve the proxy package, we can create the new class at runtime.
14 years ago
The person is in USA and the company that he is employed in is a US based company. NASSCOM has no influence or authority in such matters.

Thanks Anand for pointing out. I assumed (s)he has returned to India after MS, like a couple of friends of mine.
14 years ago
i hav heard that fidelity has good work culture and pay etc... lehman broders pays well, but am not sure of what kinda proj they hav.
u cn search this forum for details. there have been discussions on these companies before.
14 years ago
yes, dont worry about the bond..
"The contract is valid so far as it is in confirmity with the laws of land. But the million dollar question is with regard to its enforcement. In case if the employee violates the contract,(eg. leaves the employer before the stipulated term) the remedy available for employer is to file a suit before the jurisdictional court and seek for a decree in that regard. What after the decree? Again a fresh case is to be filed seeking for execution etc. At least four to five years of strain plus costs of the proceedings are to be borne by the employer if at all he choses to sue his employee(former). Is it advisable for him to hire the same employee after all that sh*t? I tell you man, all this is not easy and a prudent employer will always invest same money and effort to hire another employee. Therefore, in most of the cases, though there is a contract, it is seldom enforced." source: http://www.legalserviceindia.com/forum/display_topic_threads.asp?ForumID=9&TopicID=1741&get=last

get out of the company asap, as widout exp certificate, this exp will be void in paper. carry ur real exp to a good company and stay for a longer period. but this time, see to it that the company pays you the salary that satisfies you and that you get to work on good projects. there are plenty of opportunities this year. Good Luck!
14 years ago
first thing, i dont understand why u joined. now that u have joined, if you are gettin so less and want to quit, quit.
14 years ago
and yes, you need to be hired to be fired
14 years ago
such acts shud not be encouraged! and in future if nasscom starts blacklisting such employees, what are u gonna do... and u r gettin into j2ee.. and it is no abracadabra... it really takes years to master.. so better not do it.
14 years ago
Any more inputs? Anybody out there working with TPT... please let us know about the work culture, domain of the projects and pay...
14 years ago
I too want to know.. anybody from google out there?
14 years ago
That totally depends on your employer and the business they have. If they have trained you in cobol etc, that means they have invested in you for you to work in that technology. So, they will expect you to work in that technology for 1-2 projects, which seems fair. But, in case you are a java enthusiast and you want to move to java, clearing these certifications will prove that you are what you said; but however, in the long run your exp in java projects is what will matter. So, it depends on the business and your negotiation skills to get into java projects. Surely, certifications will help a lot to get you java projects - in case there are any java requirements in your organisation. SCJP should suffice for negotiating. Before investing in SCWCD, try getting some genuine project experience.
This is my personal opinion. However, you know your priorities better.
So, all the best!!! And welcome to the wonderful and sweet world of java!!!
14 years ago