aditee sharma wrote:...This is turning into another hate blog.
I work at a place where my IT Director, a US citizen, is afraid to put image files in the web server and instead keeps them in the app server because "that's the way they have been doing development and he doesn't want to risk anything by trying something new". Another one:Not many (citizens and admittedly some other H1Bs included)in this project know anything about SDLC and other software processes .
In my previous assignment, I was replaced by a company employee who had a COBOL background and had never worked in Java before.
The company wanted to readjust the internal workforce from a division that was not doing well.
Now, you and some others in this forum may not think that this is injustice because I am a foreigner, but your current point of argument that H1B is only for lowering the price does not stand. As much as it is abused, H1B is needed as well.
William Thomas wrote:p.s. to the guy who gave smalltalk props, THANK YOU!
The language still holds a special place in my heart. It lead itself to beautiful design, and really pushed the true beauty of object orientation. ...
Vinay Singh wrote:
There is no reason why a physical examination of a kid done by a nurse should cost insurer $250.
Neither does a visit to doctor for cold and cough then medications should cost above $300.
Originally posted by Mark Herschberg:
Can you provide some evidence of this from a reputed source or is it just your opinion?
Originally posted by Paul Clapham:
... my son is an assistant professor at one of the University of California campuses and he's on an H1-B visa...
Originally posted by Joe Ess:
... if their computer science programs are anything like my school's, most of the class is foreign-born anyway. . .