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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Bret Ludwig, Aug 26, 2005.

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  1. Bret Ludwig

    Bret Ludwig Guest

    As well as those in China and elsewhere.

    Personally, I would love to see these countries start their own
    companies and successfully undercut the profits of the companies that
    trained them so diligently, either on their home turf or by importing
    H-1B visa new hires.

    China is probably a non-starter as long as the officially communist
    government stays in power, I think India is starting to crack as more
    and more young upper class Indians become westernized. They are
    becoming secularized and less apt to really believe in the nutty ideas
    of Hinduism, at least not to the extent they did thirty years ago even.
    Indian nationalism is a growing matter, but it will probably help and
    not hurt their industrialization.
     
  2. Pooh Bear

    Pooh Bear Guest

    Uh ? As well as what ?

    Please don't trim the previous post completely. I'd like to see what point
    you were responding to without having to back up the thread to see whose
    post you're replying to.

    Graham
     
  3. Pooh Bear

    Pooh Bear Guest

    WTF is an H1B visa. Something American I'll guess. Only Americans can be so
    arrogant as to assume they're the only ppl of interest.

    A non-starter what ?
    WTF has Hinduism got to do with anything ?
    Indian nationalism got themselves independence in 1948 - WTF are you
    talking about again ?


    Graham
     
  4. Ban

    Ban Guest

    You write this drivel for what reason exactly? Unemployment or what is your
    problem? You should emigrate to India to teach them how to hadle those
    problems.
     
  5. Sort of thinking out loud, only making sense to himself, and
    posted it all by accident ;)
     
  6. Pooh Bear

    Pooh Bear Guest

    Cheers, Frank.

    I thought maybe I was having a bad dream.

    The OP clearly has *no* idea about either India or China ( btw - I've been to
    both ) .

    Graham
     

  7. Yes, it is an AMERICAN thing. It is of no interest outside to anyone
    outside the US unless they are trying to get certain jobs in the US. It
    has absolutely nothing to with arrogance in the US, but you are
    apparently very ignorant of the US imigration laws.

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=H1B+visa&btnG=Google+Search

    H1B AKA "Green card"

    --
    Link to my "Computers for disabled Veterans" project website deleted
    after threats were telephoned to my church.

    Michael A. Terrell
    Central Florida
     
  8. Why should anyone care/know what the green card is? i have no great desire to
    leave my country.

    I agree that the internet came into existence because of DARPA but now it has
    become an internationale thing. Why the dickens should one know of
    idiocycrasies of of the AMerican hoi-pollai?

    :)

    Regards
    hg
     
  9. I read in sci.electronics.design that harsha godavari
    So that you can accuse them of parochialism when they don't know how
    things are done in your country.
     
  10. Pooh Bear

    Pooh Bear Guest

    Maybe the OP thinks that the only country Indians might want to emigrate to is the
    USA ? Maybe the OP is ignorant that there's a whole world out there that doesn't
    have H1B visas.

    Graham
     
  11. Jim Thompson

    Jim Thompson Guest

    Yep. They call them something else ;-)

    Try waltzing into Canada or Australia to "work".

    I was warned before going to Australia to lecture, "You're just a
    tourist".

    Flying into Canada (Toronto) a few years ago, I was tired and sleepy
    and used the words, "Design Review".

    I was then accosted by "The Fat Broad" and interrogated in a separate
    room, was I "working"??

    I had to turn on my best West Virginia country boy crude to get her to
    go away ;-)

    ...Jim Thompson
     
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