I'm a tech Pajeet - AMA about tech in India

I'm a senior Pajeet living in India.

The state of tech and the available talent pool available here is an absolute shitshow. There are online communities that solely focus on gaming interviews and bullshitting employers, fluff contributions to opensource, and literally anything to backstab their fellow pajeet and get ahead.

I'll give unbiased answers to anything you wanna know about tech where a couple of Pajeets are involved.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >There are online communities that solely focus on gaming interviews and bullshitting employers, fluff contributions to opensource, and literally anything to backstab their fellow pajeet and get ahead.
    Any links?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Reddit:

      /r/developersIndia

      Discord:
      - developersIndia
      - Corporate Chat India

      You can find links to these if you search for it.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        the youtube channels are the main culprit r/developersIndia is better from what I saw

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    How about you then, have you considered genuine contribution to open source software? Or starting your own open source project?
    Be the change you want to be.

    Also: India was a major civilisation once upon a time. So what happened??

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The English left

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I think you mean
        >came
        >fricked shit up
        >left

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >fricked shit up
          the shit was already there

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            yeah, but then they fricked it

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          All your infrastructure is what English built 200 years ago. If it's so bad tear it up and build something better.
          >you can't and that's why you still rely on it

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          No, the English flush their shit

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          You mean set up railroads, telegraph, and enforced rule of law?
          Or is not living in huts, shitting outside, and raping everyone racist now.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        That was much later.

        >once apon a time
        so was the middle east and Rome

        True, and it is also unclear why those came to an end. As 10 experts about the fall of Rome, and you get 11 theories.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >once apon a time
      so was the middle east and Rome

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I do it already and release it under GPLv3, and I get a ton of calls from companies who run it internally.

      What are they saying about places like Google and what are the online communities they use?

      They embrace it. The amount of personal information people share on their Gmail accounts is just mind boggling. Even if you apply for a credit card at a bank, sometimes the bank staff will just ask you for your ID, Tax receipts etc to be sent to his personal gmail account rather than their official e-mail address and nobody cares.

      >available talent pool available here is an absolute shitshow
      Too many available talent or vice versa?

      Large pool of shit. Most of them can't even write a sentence in English properly. This makes the few good developers that are out there, incredibly expensive.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >I do it already and release it under GPLv3

        OP here again. Got busy during the day and didn't realize there would be so many replies.

        No, but I'm in the top 1%, so I can't really say much from the locals' point of view.

        Buying up properties isn't so difficult for a Pajeet. Even if you're a dumb frick programmer, you'll make enough to own a house in a few years. Food, electricity, rent, etc. is very cheap over here and you can save quite a bit. Instead, they go around wasting their money on stupid shit like drinking in fancy pubs, buying designer clothes, latest iPhones, thinking these will fix their lack of personality.

        [...]
        It is possible. The amount of dogshit code I see when I consult for companies is just absolutely horrifying. It doesn't take much of a leap of faith to believe that these morons will soon be replaced with LLMs. Not that LLMs are good or anything, but definitely better than these dumb fricks.

        [...]
        You had it much better than me when I was in college. 25 years ago. Even then the people who joined CS at the time were the dumbest morons I've ever came across, I was literally treated as a computer legend simply because I could type at 100 wpm at the time.

        During exams, our professor thought I cheated because I wrote a simple program in a few minutes that everyone was struggling with, and he actually tried to verify whether I actually wrote it myself.

        [...]
        No, beating pajeets is something that's done in colleges, and the students' parents are sometimes okay with it. Doing it in a company is definitely illegal, and no company wants videos like this going viral.

        Even in politics when they refer to ministers, they use the word "rule" rather than "govern". It's like being a slave is already baked in to their vocabulary.

        >No, but I'm in the top 1%, so I can't really say much from the locals' point of view.
        Mr. Goyal I kneel. Calibre is the GOAT.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >This makes the few good developers that are out there, incredibly expensive.

        i'm a young pajeet about to enter the job market. i am pretty good. does this mean that i can get a job that actually pays well?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >So what happened??
      the Aryans mixed with the natives, similar to what's going to inevitably happen to the USA

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    What are they saying about places like Google and what are the online communities they use?

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >available talent pool available here is an absolute shitshow
    Too many available talent or vice versa?

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Good morning saars

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    do you hate expats? From my pov expats massively influence the country without living there therefore making live worse for the locals. If you have one in the family it can be good because you can potentially benefit but if you don't its has to be very very sad to see them buying up everything. The political might not be that bad considering how "patriotic" most expats are I could however see this going the wrong way pretty quickly if the expats had dual citizenship and started voting differently within a generation or two. Though I guess due to sheer population size thats not ever going to be a problem.
    Anyway am I wrong? Do you hate expats?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      What do expats vote for that makes you afraid?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      OP here again. Got busy during the day and didn't realize there would be so many replies.

      No, but I'm in the top 1%, so I can't really say much from the locals' point of view.

      Buying up properties isn't so difficult for a Pajeet. Even if you're a dumb frick programmer, you'll make enough to own a house in a few years. Food, electricity, rent, etc. is very cheap over here and you can save quite a bit. Instead, they go around wasting their money on stupid shit like drinking in fancy pubs, buying designer clothes, latest iPhones, thinking these will fix their lack of personality.

      don't you think that ai will disproportionately affect indian tech works? I am counting the days until I no longer have to work with indian tech support (no offense). Seems like they just read off faq documents.

      It is possible. The amount of dogshit code I see when I consult for companies is just absolutely horrifying. It doesn't take much of a leap of faith to believe that these morons will soon be replaced with LLMs. Not that LLMs are good or anything, but definitely better than these dumb fricks.

      Junior pajeet in tech here, actually still in college. Since we do have a thread here, might as share my limited experiences too.

      My peers here are not interested in tech in the slightest. Most of them never were interested in tech before and just pursued engineering because they got memed into it. Literally every single child in my extended family is going for engineering, and vying for a CS branch (with only me who is actually interested in computers or even engineering) or for becoming a doctor (with only one other cousin as an exception who chose a non-memed branch because she liked it), and my peers are the same. They're doing this because their parents asked them to or they were told there was a lot of money in it.

      It's a pretty reputable institute but the tech illiteracy in all the students is astounding. Literally all of them have windows laptops but none of them know anything more than launching either Google Chrome or VScode (which they don't know how to use properly either).
      The college computers all have Linux, Ubuntu for frick's sake, but none of them can do basic shit in it, so the lab incharge had to get them all to install vscode in that too. Half my time is during any Lab session is spent teaching them how to use basic shit like cd and reading the manpages is literally an impossible task for them. I have to manually write them their configuration files and scripts to do shit they need to score any grades at all. Like I said, they're all just coasting. They'll cheat in the finals, blatantly and that's all they care about.

      The professors are pretty great though, but I suspect they're all that are. They're not interested in actually teaching at all though, they'll coast through the bare minimum shit to cover the syllabus and that's it.
      I am not anything special myself, but atleast I have an interest in the topics being taught, and self awareness to realize the state of all of us here.

      You had it much better than me when I was in college. 25 years ago. Even then the people who joined CS at the time were the dumbest morons I've ever came across, I was literally treated as a computer legend simply because I could type at 100 wpm at the time.

      During exams, our professor thought I cheated because I wrote a simple program in a few minutes that everyone was struggling with, and he actually tried to verify whether I actually wrote it myself.

      is it true that the tech sweatshops have a designated "disciplinarian" that hits unruly pajeets on their back with two-by-fours to keep them in line?

      No, beating pajeets is something that's done in colleges, and the students' parents are sometimes okay with it. Doing it in a company is definitely illegal, and no company wants videos like this going viral.

      Even in politics when they refer to ministers, they use the word "rule" rather than "govern". It's like being a slave is already baked in to their vocabulary.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        The way they operate is by putting a bunch of useless morons on a project to increase the headcount. Clients don't want to deal with hiring and managing employees, so these consultancies takes care of all this.

        I don't know much about how they pick people, but the person who selects people probably plays some kind of favoritism (same religion, same caste, etc.)0 or at least someone who actually does the work they were supposed to. The managers at these companies are known to push employees to do more. You can often see people complaining how toxic their work environment is.

        Some pajeets are absolute morons. Just yesterday I saw a post online where an employee said he was given the responsibility of managing the project for 2 days since his Tech Lead needs to travel to the client location. The idiot said no because he's not getting the Tech Lead's salary. I never facepalmed so harder. The fricking moron got the chance to show his leadership capabilities and he was hung up on money.

        [...]
        I'd blame this on overpopulation. This is not just at work, but in ever aspect of life. You'll see people cutting queues everything, people driving on the wrong side of the road, and it's just chaos everywhere.

        [...]
        I see many people saying they are unable to get jobs and that the market is saturated, but I am not convinced. I've interviewed hundreds of people and most of them were dumb fricks. Sometimes the same person will apply for Internship, Junior, and Senior positions.

        [...]
        I've not worked in the large tech companies, so I can't really say, but we do a bit of Jugaad at times, but at the same time we aren't producing dogshit either.

        I don't see any problem with the West. I'm aware of the anti-west sentiments over here but I think people just want a villain to blame for all their inadequacies, and pajeets will just on any hate bandwagon if there are enough people doing it.

        The caste system is there in only one of the religions. There are atheists here too, you know? Just that we keep our mouth shut about it.

        [...]
        I don't think much about the caste system because it sounds like a totally imaginary thing, but even the young generation today makes a big deal about it.

        As far as I'm concerned, pride or embarassment about one's caste is the perfect litmus test to know if they're a moron. I have some people flex their castes and it's absolutely cringeworthy how they think they're being subtle about.

        [...]
        This made me laugh. It's true.

        [...]
        I run a small development company with just 3 of us. We don't do hourly billing. I'll set a fixed rate for the client based on the deliverables. I've been very careful about how the company is perceived. I don't use words like "outsource" or "offshore development" or anything that makes us appear like dogshit.

        Pajeets will go after the murrican dollar, getting treated like shit by the white man without realizing we have good clients here in India itself. There are many large non-tech companies in India who need custom software and they have trouble finding employees to do it in-house. These companies are absolute cash cows and pay us a premium. Instead the dumb frick pajeets and their employers go looking for the lowest paid jobs in the west because racing to the bottom with their price is their USP.

        [...]
        If you speak with a murrican accent, just do sales for Pajeet companies. They'll pay a premium.

        Lots of typos. Can't be bothered to correct them all. It's 6 in the morning here.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    don't you think that ai will disproportionately affect indian tech works? I am counting the days until I no longer have to work with indian tech support (no offense). Seems like they just read off faq documents.

  8. 2 months ago
    Junior PaGeet(JPG)

    Junior pajeet in tech here, actually still in college. Since we do have a thread here, might as share my limited experiences too.

    My peers here are not interested in tech in the slightest. Most of them never were interested in tech before and just pursued engineering because they got memed into it. Literally every single child in my extended family is going for engineering, and vying for a CS branch (with only me who is actually interested in computers or even engineering) or for becoming a doctor (with only one other cousin as an exception who chose a non-memed branch because she liked it), and my peers are the same. They're doing this because their parents asked them to or they were told there was a lot of money in it.

    It's a pretty reputable institute but the tech illiteracy in all the students is astounding. Literally all of them have windows laptops but none of them know anything more than launching either Google Chrome or VScode (which they don't know how to use properly either).
    The college computers all have Linux, Ubuntu for frick's sake, but none of them can do basic shit in it, so the lab incharge had to get them all to install vscode in that too. Half my time is during any Lab session is spent teaching them how to use basic shit like cd and reading the manpages is literally an impossible task for them. I have to manually write them their configuration files and scripts to do shit they need to score any grades at all. Like I said, they're all just coasting. They'll cheat in the finals, blatantly and that's all they care about.

    The professors are pretty great though, but I suspect they're all that are. They're not interested in actually teaching at all though, they'll coast through the bare minimum shit to cover the syllabus and that's it.
    I am not anything special myself, but atleast I have an interest in the topics being taught, and self awareness to realize the state of all of us here.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      tier 3 or tier 4 college?

      • 2 months ago
        JPG

        A Tier 2 college affiliated with a Tier 1 college, it's a literal 99%+ percentile JEE mains for Computer Science college.
        No I am not lying.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      A Tier 2 college affiliated with a Tier 1 college, it's a literal 99%+ percentile JEE mains for Computer Science college.
      No I am not lying.

      Jesus Christ. You have no idea how much this shit makes me seethe.

      • 2 months ago
        JPG

        Yeah it's really unfortunate. They use this tech all day and still can't tell it's head from it's tail.
        Just a few days ago, a freshman approached me during the lab session with his windows laptop that his "vscode was not working". The problem was written right there that the program didn't have the required permissions to run cl.exe, and he literally went and asked my Seniors for it and they couldn't figure out that you just have to launch the program with elevated permissions.

        >This is what boomers want in their company
        Probably you are doomposting, but I'm starting to regret taking this career if all of these is true.

        I haven't exaggerated even a single fact, let alone lie. I know CS is a memed degree but they don't even understand the supposed high level functions of the machines they use on a daily basis, let alone understanding the more nuanced topics of their subject or how a processor is designed(All the basics for them to design a simple processor, through logic gates were taught during the first goddamn semester, and they still struggle with building basic combinational circuits). Few of them can pirate beyond googling and clicking on the first result (and are all afraid of 'viruses'), and even fewer actually understand how torrents work.

        You can count on them to lecture you with utmost confidence in all kinds of buzzwords though. There are regular 'hackathons', and every single entry is a webapp that does literally nothing. They don't even solve the problem statements, just present a buzzword soup(95% of the time their solutions make no sense, like "Training an AI model to detect all the litter sites in the city and make it into an app") on stage paired with the front page of their site that their 'UX designer' teammates designed in Canva and then recite their 'Tech Stack'. That's literally all. There are a few webdev seniors which are an exception though as they actually do try to solve the problem and come up with plausible solutions with a roadmap to implement it. And that's the best you get because literally nobody is capable of building anything outside a webapp.

        • 2 months ago
          JPG

          The worst part is that I am a furiously average guy, but these guys all make me feel like some sort of a genius all the goddamn time I am in their company.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            why is the back stab culture so prevalent. why is it smiles and head bobbles but a knife to the back?

          • 2 months ago
            JPG

            That has to be unique to your experience, there are 1.5 billion people so there will be plenty of backstabbers but in my general experience, unbelievable incompetent is the only thing we are. I have never been backstabbed and nor have I heard of any such experiences from any of my friends of senior aluminis. Maybe I am just too much of a greenhorn to know, but backstabbing isn't really something I see a lot even outside my college life. Profiteering definitely is prevalent though, but not backstabbing.

          • 2 months ago
            JPG

            unbelievably*

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Java was a mistake. JavaScript also

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >This is what boomers want in their company
      Probably you are doomposting, but I'm starting to regret taking this career if all of these is true.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Agree, the people here in india just care about reputation,
      no wonder it dumps millions of CS techies and barely 10-15% of them are actually skilled
      There is absolutely no correlation between the top-grades they score and the skill they possess,

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Hahahaha! No wonder poos are so fricking bitter and act the way they do

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Leaving aside my racism for a minute, it's not that different in other countries. Maybe it's far worse in India, but most people studying engineering, medicine, law and other very profitable areas are in just for the money. Maybe there are like 5 or 10% that genuinely have interest in it but most people just want to live an easy life.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        idk about coding, but in IT they're usually competent. I'm sure I'm biased since I'm a consultant who only works with big companies, but it's very rare for me to come across someone who isn't at least adequate.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I was talking more of an academic setting, since that anon was in college, but yeah, in professional settings they are mostly competent but it's obvious that they are people who will get the job done, not people who will advance the field forward.
          Think of it like a surgeon that just applies true and tested methods vs. a surgeon who is trying to create a new type of surgery that is better. The latter might fail and never accomplish anything, but the drive and passion was definitely there.

          Not a jeet, but I went back to school for an electrical and computer engineering degree because I genuinely love hardware. There were others in my cohort who felt similarly and we formed a study group and took all of the same classes together. I would say the 5-10% mark is accurate. Most were so fricking lazy. Dudes out here playing video games all night when they have a diff eq test tomorrow which they havent actually studied for, just done the homework. It cuts across all races and sorts of people

          Yeah, that's kind of what I meant. For very specialized stuff, like the ones studying pure math/physics, the ratio might be higher since no one does that for the money, but otherwise you just know people are there because their parents said it'd be good for them.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Second the army thing. There are a lot of hotlines out there related to immigration and the military. You can join up for a single tour after working with them to get permanent residency and an expedited path to citizenship by doing so. If you already have a BS or something, you will 100% not be a grunt. They will want to put you in some IT or software-related role. Once you get out you have full access to the US job market as well as veteran status for preferential hiring and access to defense-industry/clearance jobs. You may still have issues with a handful of ITAR jobs in the short term, but that's it.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not a jeet, but I went back to school for an electrical and computer engineering degree because I genuinely love hardware. There were others in my cohort who felt similarly and we formed a study group and took all of the same classes together. I would say the 5-10% mark is accurate. Most were so fricking lazy. Dudes out here playing video games all night when they have a diff eq test tomorrow which they havent actually studied for, just done the homework. It cuts across all races and sorts of people

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Dudes out here playing video games all night when they have a diff eq test tomorrow which they havent actually studied for, just done the homework.
          tbqh I have a fair amount of passion and I did this for my classes, primarily because I hate academia. Some of those gamers may actually be more passionate than you believe, they just aren't dedicating their lives to pointless papers and rote tests.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/qJM0dCM.jpg

      I'm a senior Pajeet living in India.

      The state of tech and the available talent pool available here is an absolute shitshow. There are online communities that solely focus on gaming interviews and bullshitting employers, fluff contributions to opensource, and literally anything to backstab their fellow pajeet and get ahead.

      I'll give unbiased answers to anything you wanna know about tech where a couple of Pajeets are involved.

      They're not gonna accept you jaichands if you grovel before them
      Kinda pathetic 2bh

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why are all pajeet tutorials like this?
    >hello today I will teach you to do x
    >ok so first we write this
    >now we must write this
    >finally we will write this
    >hit compile and you are done
    >thanks for watching
    And a thousand comments praising the video. b***h, you never even once explained *why* or the underlying concepts. It's just ritualistic, rote memorization at this point.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      the guy making the video doesn't know either, he's just reading someone else's tutorial

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >dumps millions of CS techies and barely 10-15% of them are actually skilled

      Its all due to the above reason.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Because the end result (employment, accolades, money, etc.) is the goal, not legit learning. For them what matters is that it works and that it can do the needful of the day.

      Also to be fair, you can get far as hell in life on pure rote memorization. Which is why LLMs can replace a lot of "skilled" white collar labor.. a lot of things most people do at their jobs falls squarely into a mix of spreadsheet manipulation, summarization, verbal embellishment, note taking, or coordination/scheduling of these tasks.

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    is it true that the tech sweatshops have a designated "disciplinarian" that hits unruly pajeets on their back with two-by-fours to keep them in line?

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    What is your favourite tech scam?

    • 2 months ago
      JPG

      www.apple.com

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >yfw this comment validated the andjeets hating on Apple meme

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    How do the big indian companies such as Tata and Infosys sponsor so many fricking Indians?
    Do they pick certain people to go onshore instead of offshore, or can anyone go?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      All these companies are popular because of their mass hiring,
      They hire 100s of students through placements who have no knowledge and skill.
      These students go through 6months of basic coding training. Then, are made to work for average salaries

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Remember, INFY & Tata's primary product is labor arbitrage. It doesn't matter if anything they produce works or not.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The way they operate is by putting a bunch of useless morons on a project to increase the headcount. Clients don't want to deal with hiring and managing employees, so these consultancies takes care of all this.

      I don't know much about how they pick people, but the person who selects people probably plays some kind of favoritism (same religion, same caste, etc.)0 or at least someone who actually does the work they were supposed to. The managers at these companies are known to push employees to do more. You can often see people complaining how toxic their work environment is.

      Some pajeets are absolute morons. Just yesterday I saw a post online where an employee said he was given the responsibility of managing the project for 2 days since his Tech Lead needs to travel to the client location. The idiot said no because he's not getting the Tech Lead's salary. I never facepalmed so harder. The fricking moron got the chance to show his leadership capabilities and he was hung up on money.

      what is with the backstabbing and general unwillingness to work together?

      I'd blame this on overpopulation. This is not just at work, but in ever aspect of life. You'll see people cutting queues everything, people driving on the wrong side of the road, and it's just chaos everywhere.

      how unsaturated the market in india? for reference i taught an iraqi guy basic python and 2 months later he got a coding job.

      I see many people saying they are unable to get jobs and that the market is saturated, but I am not convinced. I've interviewed hundreds of people and most of them were dumb fricks. Sometimes the same person will apply for Internship, Junior, and Senior positions.

      I respect you for daring to tell the truth. Admitting flaws is never easy.

      so answer me this: exactly how prevalent is jugaad in indian tech? i suspect a lot of the problems can be traced to this mindset.

      also; what is wrong with westerners, from your perspective and how does that affect your country?

      I've not worked in the large tech companies, so I can't really say, but we do a bit of Jugaad at times, but at the same time we aren't producing dogshit either.

      I don't see any problem with the West. I'm aware of the anti-west sentiments over here but I think people just want a villain to blame for all their inadequacies, and pajeets will just on any hate bandwagon if there are enough people doing it.

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    what is with the backstabbing and general unwillingness to work together?

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I've worked with Indians in other career paths before tech and they all seemed fine. It was only when I became and dev and worked in tech that I encountered the dreaded jeets. Why is this? What is it about tech work that attracts these very specific type? How can we prevent this scourge?

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous
  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    The whole reason of India is reputed for its scammers and hackers, because some or the real skilled(usually the poor) end up unemployed due to high qualifications to get a job in decent companies..
    So they end up going to these Shithole states like Bihar, WestBengal...join these scam call centers.
    Easy money

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      OK, but that desn't explain why we don't kill them

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        India is an ally of both Israel and the US.
        Well just Israel really, I guess.

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    how unsaturated the market in india? for reference i taught an iraqi guy basic python and 2 months later he got a coding job.

    • 2 months ago
      JPG

      It's really really bad.
      Yet people still keep flooding Engineering colleges, especially IT branches.
      Most of the graduates from lower tier colleges end up unemployed.

      This part is speculation on my behalf, but I suspect is that a lot of really talented ones get the worse end of the stick too because the employers themselves don't know actual talent from buzzwording. It's a constant battle to game the system by everyone and that becomes the system itself. Fricked beyond measure.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >This part is speculation on my behalf, but I suspect is that a lot of really talented ones get the worse end of the stick too because the employers themselves don't know actual talent from buzzwording. It's a constant battle to game the system by everyone and that becomes the system itself. Fricked beyond measure.
        This is a problem every where and at all times. Management doesn't know shit. They never do. If they did then the flooding would stop because talentless hacks would never get a job. This is why resumes have to be a buzzword soup and interviews are coding challenges. Because management has no fricking idea who to hire.

        The two space shuttles we lost, Challenger and Columbia? Seems unrelated, right? Both cases of management not listening to engineers. Literally that simple. Even at the highest levels, even at fricking NASA, management never knows shit.

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    someone please explain the head bobble to me

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I need answers, lads

      • 2 months ago
        PNG

        high carb low protien diet
        It also has to do with inherited culture from ancestors. Most of our ancestors learned anything and anything at all by oral means. That would even include reciting verses over and over 100s of times. Indian music and poetry has a concept called "lay" loosely translating to flow.
        They would use hand gestures, head movement, neck movement etc to facilitate this flow.
        Now that the culture of oral transmission of knowledge is gone, the head bobs and hand gestures are leaft remainder of past practices.
        It will be gone give or take 2 centuries.
        t. 4th year Pajeet in a tier 3 city

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          appreciate the thorough response, it makes sense now

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is the one nobody can answer
      Seriously what the frick is that
      No other culture on earth does anything like that

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Have you noticed indian companies starting to outsource to south america lmao

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I respect you for daring to tell the truth. Admitting flaws is never easy.

    so answer me this: exactly how prevalent is jugaad in indian tech? i suspect a lot of the problems can be traced to this mindset.

    also; what is wrong with westerners, from your perspective and how does that affect your country?

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >I'm a senior Pajeet
    >I can treat everyone else like garbage because of the caste system

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The caste system is there in only one of the religions. There are atheists here too, you know? Just that we keep our mouth shut about it.

      Hi sr jeet and jpg, do you think this happens because of ethnic mismatch and the caste system? in other words, I don't think the conditions for a high trust society are met, i.e.: ethnic and cultural cohesiveness.

      I don't think much about the caste system because it sounds like a totally imaginary thing, but even the young generation today makes a big deal about it.

      As far as I'm concerned, pride or embarassment about one's caste is the perfect litmus test to know if they're a moron. I have some people flex their castes and it's absolutely cringeworthy how they think they're being subtle about.

      They don't need cohesiveness. They have cops with sticks

      This made me laugh. It's true.

      Assuming your employer is global, what's the pay gap like to your western colleagues?

      I run a small development company with just 3 of us. We don't do hourly billing. I'll set a fixed rate for the client based on the deliverables. I've been very careful about how the company is perceived. I don't use words like "outsource" or "offshore development" or anything that makes us appear like dogshit.

      Pajeets will go after the murrican dollar, getting treated like shit by the white man without realizing we have good clients here in India itself. There are many large non-tech companies in India who need custom software and they have trouble finding employees to do it in-house. These companies are absolute cash cows and pay us a premium. Instead the dumb frick pajeets and their employers go looking for the lowest paid jobs in the west because racing to the bottom with their price is their USP.

      Western-educated IT specialist/developer with 5YOE.
      Know my C++, Java, Python, and HTML/CSS/JS.
      Got some certs too.

      There is no fricking work (I'm in Canada).
      I'll literally work for $5 US an hour,
      How do I reverse-outsource a job in India?

      I'll fricking do anything at this point.

      If you speak with a murrican accent, just do sales for Pajeet companies. They'll pay a premium.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >caste system is about religion and not culture
        moron alert

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Caste is primarily part of the Hindu religion, and the gubbermint even hands out certificates proving a pajeet's caste.

          Other religions also have them but it's very rare and most people don't even know what their caste is and don't care.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            The caste system is why Indian doctors feel free to treat everyone else like shit, as well as picrel

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            This sounds unlikely. A doctor can't possibly know everyone's caste simply from their names.

            As for Picrel, the toilets in the train have a hole on the floor. Even if you use the toilet, your shit is still falling on the railway tracks, and that's not gonna stop other Pajeets from stealing parts of the railway track at some point.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            The trains used to have loos. They were removed because nobody would clean them.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Adding to this, my family has been living in Bangalore for 4 generations now and in my experience, people aren't very caste conscious here. We are however aware that people have slightly customs depending depending on their lineage.

          In my view there is something fundamentally flawed with how the western mind conceptualises the caste system.
          Its really not a big part of our lives beyond politicians using it to create vote banks, at least here in the urban centers

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >The caste system is there in only one of the religions. There are atheists here too, you know? Just that we keep our mouth shut about it.
        Never been to India, maybe it's different over there, but the openly athiest jeets here will still always unpromptedly tell you about how they're brahmin.

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Hi sr jeet and jpg, do you think this happens because of ethnic mismatch and the caste system? in other words, I don't think the conditions for a high trust society are met, i.e.: ethnic and cultural cohesiveness.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      They don't need cohesiveness. They have cops with sticks

    • 2 months ago
      JPG

      [...]

      Everyone has their biases, but in the end it mostly amounts to a little bit of favoritism and that's it. The cases where it really does affect someobody's relationships are very rare

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Would you please sarin gas the entire indian subcontinent?

  24. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Assuming your employer is global, what's the pay gap like to your western colleagues?

  25. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Western-educated IT specialist/developer with 5YOE.
    Know my C++, Java, Python, and HTML/CSS/JS.
    Got some certs too.

    There is no fricking work (I'm in Canada).
    I'll literally work for $5 US an hour,
    How do I reverse-outsource a job in India?

    I'll fricking do anything at this point.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      change your legal name

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        You misunderstand, anon.
        I'm not Indian, I'm a white leaf, name on the level of John Johnson. It's just fricking over here.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      unironically join the military
      If the Canadian one isn't hiring you could probably join the US military.
      If you know C++, Java, etc you would be a good canidate for cyber if you could get a TS. But idk exactly how cool the US and Canada are.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >die for israel
        ...anon.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          if you do IT, commo or intel your odds of dying are hardly more than civilian life, even in an actual hot war. The work experience alone makes it well worth it, because the hardest part of a career in IT is breaking out of helpdesk and the military lets you completely skip that part and go straight to having a "real" IT job, both while you're in and when you get out.

          And that's not even mentioning all the veteran bennies.

  26. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Do you guys really wipe your shit with your left hands?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      99% of people use their hand. Those who use a toilet paper don't want anyone to know, because Pajeets consider that dirty.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It's not that I don't believe you but that I don't want it to be real.
        I've never eaten and I'll make sure to never in my life eat indian food unless I make it myself.
        Horrifying

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >wipe with their hands, tp dirty
          >cow dung is sacred, used in food
          >cow urine sacred, used in food
          Never, ever try Indian food even at a US restaurant.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Indian restaurants are typically very dirty. It's not uncommon to see a rat running in the kitchen. Pajeets will not admit that it's dirty and will say your immune system is weak if you say the food made you sick.

          Indian food can be pretty taste if you don't overload it with spicy. My guess is that people here are so used to adding so much chilli to make it less obvious that you might be eating rotten meat.

          >wipe with their hands, tp dirty
          >cow dung is sacred, used in food
          >cow urine sacred, used in food
          Never, ever try Indian food even at a US restaurant.

          It's even worse in India, believe me. At least in the US, your restaurant can get shut down. Over here, nobody cares.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Oh, I do believe you. And I feel sorry for decent, clean, honest pajeets who are just trying to make it in the world.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Indian ethnic restaurants are clean. I used to work in one in California as a cook. The owner's 80 year old Sikh dad didn't want to wear a hairnet for his beard though lol. Regardless, we got the highest rating from the health inspector.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >my one example trumps all the info online

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I'm not claiming anything about the cleanliness of restaurants in India, only ethnic Indian restaurants here. They are held to the same sanitary standards as any other restaurant and jeets barely work in those sorts of agencies anyway, so there isn't a ton of nepotism.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            that is the reason spicy food is prevalent only in certain places (hot climates), it was used to both preserve meat and mask expired meat
            in developed countries now it's only used for flavour, but well... not everywhere is developed

  27. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I don’t know why you think you have some insider info we wouldn’t know.
    I used to work somewhere that was at stage four terminal pajeetification, where every team had a bangalore sub-team for Charlie work and every team that wasn’t greenfield was majority H1Bs.
    I already know everything you know and I wish I didn’t.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Maybe there’s hope in LLM. Maybe it will get to the point that talented devs can manage LLM using it to wipe out millions of know nothing pajeets.

  28. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I enjoy hanging around American-born jeets. All their parents are moronic. Somethings in the water in India. It could be many things given how polluted India is.

  29. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    please convince your peers that america sucks and is a waste of time for pajeets to come to. You guys are stinking up my county

  30. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If jeets are so qualified, why do they all flock to American companies instead of starting a company in India?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Starting a compnay in India is way more dangerous than starting a company in the US or the west in general. Fricked my labour unions left and right, have to pay bribes to keep your company afloat or get fricked my constant raids, lack of sophisticated laws to protect your assets, people generally being buttholes etc. are the reasons.

      Plus, its extremely difficult to sell most things priced above a particular price in India with the majority of people being middle class citizens. Unless they increase the GDP per capita by starting new manufacturing industries by innovating technology instead of every capable engineers leaving for the west to make rich conglomerates even richer, they should start to innovate and start companies here, which again takes us back to the problems that exist here. Its an endless loop, India is a failed country and it will continue to get worse if we dont break out of the loop.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Then why not start a jeet founded company in America?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Capital
          The recent spike anti india movement on the internet is becoming mainstream so that wont help either.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Its an endless loop, India is a failed country and it will continue to get worse if we dont break out of the loop.
        it's unironically over, brazil is going down the same path for similar reasons
        we'll never break out of the loop because the people at the top are too comfy
        nothing but violence will bring actual change but even then the end result is unknown and probably not good at all
        best we can do is retreat from the cities and let them fall

  31. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    is the street shitting thing a meme or real? i've seen that photo of the line of guys shitting to protest something and i don't really count that

    • 2 months ago
      PNG

      meme. villagers go to designated fields and bushes early in morning to avoid shame.

  32. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Almost all Indians I know in the bay area has an undergrad in IIT. Is that the MIT of india?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Is that the MIT of india?
      hell no
      search 'IIT Bombay hostel' images

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        ... what the actual frick. I'll never complain about my college dorm ever again

  33. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Are you in Bangalore?

  34. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >senior pajeet
    uncle pajeet

  35. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    What's up with the culture of forced marriages and all those articles saying that thousands (hundreds of thousands?) of men are not able to find a suitable mate, is that true? If so, how does that affect the country?

    >t. clueless

    • 2 months ago
      JPG

      >culture of forced marriages
      It's true. Love is considered secondary for the most part and the family mediates marriages. This trend is slowly on the decline but some say that's a bad thing because the divorce rates are going up and the debate is on. But, ultimately, the norm is for the family to choose the bride/groom for you and you rarely ever get a say.

      >thousands (hundreds of thousands?)
      hundreds of thousands, yes. India's sex ratio crossed 1000 (atleast in statewise surveys. The census has been delayed four years already to know for sure) recently, and even though it's more equitable than it used to be, it's getting impossible for any boy hailing from a middle class family to get married without having a well paying job.
      Hell, even girls are starting to see the pressure on that side, nobody wants to relent settling for a life partner who isn't financially stable.

  36. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    what are some really offensive slurs that trigger an indian?

    • 2 months ago
      JPG

      Anon, you can scream literally any insult at a rando on the street anywhere in the goddamn world and that would be enough to trigger. You have to be more specific than that.

  37. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I feel sorry for you.
    The droves of tech illiterate in the tech field must be making things hard for you.
    >how do you deal with this?
    >is the caste system pervasive in companies too?

  38. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >bullshitting ~~*employers*~~
    One of few of positive pajeet traits.

  39. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Are you really expected to to be on-call 24/7 outside of national holidays? The Indian guys in my team says that they end up on their bosses' shit list if they don't answer their work phones and are ready to come online during emergencies outside of office hours.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Yes that doesn't improbable.
      A certain phenotype of Indians make terrible managers

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