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Hate is hardly a productive emotion....

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  • ateeq
    Dave makes a very valid point. We don t all need to sink into a mire of recriminations. Let s go on with learning PERL and forget about this incident. All of
    Message 1 of 16 , Aug 7, 2005
      Dave makes a very valid point. We don't all need to sink into a mire of
      recriminations. Let's go on with learning PERL and forget about this
      incident. All of us cannot afford to dwell on such things too much, the
      viscosity of hate keeps on rising.....

      Peace

      Ateeq Ahmad

      Dave Gray wrote:

      > > >Jenda Krynicky wrote:
      > > >>P.S.: Indian and expert in the same sentence doesn't make sense to
      > > >>me. I have yet to meet an Indian that knows what he/she's doing. I've
      > > >>met a few that were claiming they're experts in one field or another
      > > >>and spread utter nonsense though. Or created code that was long,
      > > >>inefficient, hard to maintain and wrong, wrong, wrong. Not speaking
      > > >>about the fact that it takes twenty Indians to "develop" a project
      > > >>that'd everywhere else take just one or two programmers. No surprise
      > > >>you have to keep searching for more manpower.
      > > >>P.P.S.: You have been baned, not that I would think this makes any
      > > >>difference with those millions of clueless Indian personalists.
      >
      > > ateeq wrote:
      > >
      > > >Hello,
      > > >I have a feeling that the posting of this message was a loss of temper
      > > >due to an inordinate volume of spam...
      > > >I agree that posting jobs in this group is not a good thing at all.
      > > >However, perhaps we can avoid impugning people's nationalities in
      > > >process. Indian programmers are an up and coming group of folk who
      > > >deserve to be respected for their skill, just like every programmer
      > from
      > > >anywhere else.
      > > >
      > > >Regards to all
      > > >Ateeq Ahmad ( dash it! another indian)
      > > >
      >
      > > Prakash <prakash@...> wrote:
      > > dear jenda,
      > >
      > > I think you are just pissed of for some personal reasons..i think
      > > somebody decided to give a project to a smart indian instead of you
      > ?? :-))
      > >
      > > inst it that true jenda ?? poor jenda dont worry you will get
      > projects too
      > >
      > > -prak
      > >
      >
      > On 8/4/05, Vijay A Raghavan <rva_ec@...> wrote:
      > > Jenda you are a shame to the group. I think you should ban yourself
      > from the group.
      > >
      > > P.S: I think you should shut up your fucking mouth. You asshole,
      > fucking moron !!!
      > >
      > > P.P.S: Did you lose your job or have you been recently fired for
      > being mentally unwell.
      > >
      >
      > Well, considering that all generalizations are false, I find it hard
      > to agree with Jenda in the general case. There are definitely a lot of
      > low-quality programmers. Some of them happen to be Indian. By virtue
      > of the fact that there are a lot of Indians, there is the potential
      > for there to be a lot more bad Indian programmers than of other
      > nationalities. Thus, Jenda's statements are a great example of
      > converse error.
      >
      > It's too bad that you haven't worked with any good Indian programmers,
      > Jenda. They are out there, contrary to what you may have experienced.
      > I've worked with numerous bad American programmers too, and it's just
      > as annoying.
      >
      > Dave
      >
      > P.P.S. Vijay, swearing on a public mailing list is rarely a good idea.
      > It dilutes your meaning and distracts from your point.
      >
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