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...is sports. Tell me how I'm wrong. At least where moral meritocracy is concerned.
You’re wrong. The only sports a poor disadvantaged kid could excel at without help from a parent are basketball and football. And that’s if someone paid their school activity fee and bought them shoes. Baseball wouldn’t be too bad except that kids with dads who practice with them do much better than other kids. The rest of them mostly cost too much, especially hockey, golf, tennis, skiing, rowing, etc etc etc. Most of the sports are still dependent on money and parents with money or time/desire to get involved.
WineHorror1 says...is sports. Tell me how I'm wrong. At least where moral meritocracy is concerned.Tech if you know your shit better than most you can write your own ticket.
Is that why H1Bs are all the rage?
They are even shittier Enterprise integrators, than they are Enterprise developers.
The only meritocracy left in America...
You sound very knowledgeable on this topic. Can you tell me the difference between Enterprise integrators and Enterprise developers?
Would it be more true if I said college level and up sports?
I hate that Microsoft did a totally capricious and evil act by limiting Access files size.
Maybe no big deal for you, but boofs the guy who writes a simpler program that happens to collect lots of records.
WineHorror1 saysYou sound very knowledgeable on this topic. Can you tell me the difference between Enterprise integrators and Enterprise developers?While I'm quite certain Indian developers would be the team you want to actually write and create the code that makes up Sales Force or a SAP ERP systems. The Integration is when Developers(More like end users) then uses those Software suites to customize it to fit to a particular company's business vertical. The problem is no two businesses actually do business the same way. There's an art to know how to provide Enterprise solutions for a company. You don't learn that in Computer Science Classes. Well they do teach requirement gathering. But if you're not careful it turns into a Democracy and the dumbest ideas end up winning, if you don't have the experience to tell them upfront the detrimental problems to going down that path. So actua...