HCL hiring IT professionals -- Noida/Gurgaon/ Chennai

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HCL hiring IT professionals -- Noida/Gurgaon/ Chennai
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3. HP Unix Admins - 3+ Yrs Exp - 100 Positions
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6. Oracle DBAs - 3+ Yrs Exp - 50+ Positions
7. Sybase DBAs - 3+ Yrs Exp - 10+ Positions - Noida
8. MS SQL DBAs - 3+ Yrs Exp - 10+ Positions - Noida / Chennai /
Gurgaon
9. Storage Professionals - EMC / NetApps / SAN - 20+ Positions -
Noida
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14. Application Packagers - 50+ Positions - Noida
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Re: HCL hiring IT professionals -- Noida/Gurgaon/ Chennai
This sounds a lot like TCS - Tata Collaboration Services - a very large
India based outsourcing company



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Re: HCL hiring IT professionals -- Noida/Gurgaon/ Chennai
Yep...I'm surprised they troll for US hourly rates so they can undercut
the competition. Actually had this happen to me one time. Infosys
contacted me regarding some "opportunities" and asked what my hourly
rate would be for a certain project. Naive me didn't realize what was
going on, so I gave them a figure. It was far more reasonable than the
typical consulting rate (around $40/hr IIRC). Of course, never heard boo
from them again.

"Global Economy", "Global Teamwork", "Right-sourcing",
blah-blah-blah...sounds good on the surface. Then again, so does
socialism/communism. Where's all those plush network engineering gigs
that globalization is supposed to bring since we're farming out
less-important commodity work? I guess HCL/TCS/Infosys got those jobs
along with BPO, HR, call center/CRM, and other tasks. That begs the
question: what do companies do anyway? We don't make stuff and we farm
out basic business operations. What's left to manage? I really ought to
go back to school so I can understand how this situation is sustainable!
:-)

Guess I'm one of those inflexible IT workers that won't thrive in the
"global information workforce"...hehe. Perhaps I'll leave IT and work in
logistics. I could work with Chinese suppliers and help flood the US and
EU with cheap Chinese crap with owner manuals written in Chinglish. I
say that tongue-in-cheek, but then again...

Or, living here in the Midwest, I could get my soybean/corn farming on.
I'd be hard-pressed to deal with some Microsoft tech named "Guru Raj"
(no, I'm not making that up) and listen to him argue with me because of
the cultural/language barrier to something as simple as the word "Yes".

Yeah, I'm not in favor of globalization all that much. :-)



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Re: HCL hiring IT professionals -- Noida/Gurgaon/ Chennai
Yep...I'm surprised they troll for US hourly rates so they can undercut
the competition. Actually had this happen to me one time. Infosys
contacted me regarding some "opportunities" and asked what my hourly
rate would be for a certain project. Naive me didn't realize what was
going on, so I gave them a figure. It was far more reasonable than the
typical consulting rate (around $40/hr IIRC). Of course, never heard boo
from them again.

"Global Economy", "Global Teamwork", "Right-sourcing",
blah-blah-blah...sounds good on the surface. Then again, so does
socialism/communism. Where's all those plush network engineering gigs
that globalization is supposed to bring since we're farming out
less-important commodity work? I guess HCL/TCS/Infosys got those jobs
along with BPO, HR, call center/CRM, and other tasks. That begs the
question: what do companies do anyway? We don't make stuff and we farm
out basic business operations. What's left to manage? I really ought to
go back to school so I can understand how this situation is sustainable!
:-)

Guess I'm one of those inflexible IT workers that won't thrive in the
"global information workforce"...hehe. Perhaps I'll leave IT and work in
logistics. I could work with Chinese suppliers and help flood the US and
EU with cheap Chinese crap with owner manuals written in Chinglish. I
say that tongue-in-cheek, but then again...

Or, living here in the Midwest, I could get my soybean/corn farming on.
I'd be hard-pressed to deal with some Microsoft tech named "Guru Raj"
(no, I'm not making that up) and listen to him argue with me because of
the cultural/language barrier to something as simple as the word "Yes".

Yeah, I'm not in favor of globalization all that much. :-)



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