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My Job Went to India: 52 Ways to Save Your Job (Pragmatic Programmers)

2 Ratings: 5.0
A book by Chad Fowler

You've already lost your job. You may still be drawing a paycheck, but the job you were hired to do no longer exists. Your company has changed, the technology has changed, the economy has changed, and the ways you can add value have changed. Have you … see full wiki

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Author: Chad Fowler
Genre: Computers & Internet
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
2 reviews about My Job Went to India: 52 Ways to Save Your...
review by . June 16, 2006
'My Job Went To India (And All I Got Was This Lousy Book)' is a examination of the trend of the past decade or so of how jobs are traveling across the Atlantic Ocean at an artery-spurting pace. You might hear all the propaganda and assume that the good ol' United States is still #1 on this planet, but the simple facts are that the 2 countries that each have 1 billion+ people (India & China) are the future of this planet, and there is a reason why.    Not only are Indian software …
review by . October 24, 2005
This may well be the most important career book you read this year (and possibly ever)... My Job Went To India (And All I Got Was This Lousy Book) - 52 Ways To Save Your Job by Chad Fowler.     Contents: Choosing Your Market; Investing In Your Product; Executing; Marketing... Not Just for Suits; Maintaining Your Edge; If You Can't Beat 'Em; What I Learned In India; Resources    As a software professional, I'm as concerned about outsourcing and offshoring as …
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