[BangPypers] Why do indians copy?
zaki at manian.org
Thu Oct 15 12:58:03 CEST 2009
Googling or search in general is a skill. There is a lot of contextual
knowledge that we use when composing a search query. One of the most
important skills when entering a new discipline is learning the appropriate
jargon and using it drive your queries.
Search isn't generally a skill taught in schools. This is sad because it is
probably ur-skill of the 21st century. But the only way to learn to search
is to do a lot of it. I do find it more common in the East to find
individuals in technical areas who haven't spent time running the thousands
of queries it takes to build up the skill
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Sent from Karnataka, India
On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 3:39 PM, Arvind Jamuna Dixit <ardsrk at gmail.com>wrote:
> May be we Indians always think the other person to be better or smarter. To
> quote from your own post:
> "Comparatively i have very less exposure and exp as you people have"
> On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 3:17 PM, Srinivas Reddy Thatiparthy <
> srinivas_thatiparthy at akebonosoft.com> wrote:
>> Hi list,
>> This is my first post to the list though I have been following
>> this list since 7 or 8 months.
>> I have been programming for a 1.5 years or so.Comparatively i have very
>> less exposure and exp as you people have and
>> please excuse me if u think this is a troll or flame.
>> I know that this is not related to python, but i can't resist
>> discussing this.
>> Why do indian programmers ask for code in Usenet (particularly Google
>> groups) ?
>> ,saying that it's very urgent and on top of that they can't even able to
>> put their problem across correctly.In some cases
>> they ask you to send it to their mail ID's.
>> Having tried the problem and asking for help is OK.but this is
>> something like disgusting.
>> I have been following Reddit and News groups and forums and no
>> matter where ever i go these type of
>> people are there(99% of them are indians).They don't even have the
>> patience to do googling..is copying seeped into our blood??
>> I have worked at infosys , i have had a chance to work with
>> westerns,they never ever
>> copy their home work(In training ,we used to do assignments and submit at
>> the EOD).They do submit what they did , if they can't
>> do it,they ask permission to submit later.But we (Indians) used to copy.Yeah,i
>> did copy and learnt lessons. :)
>> Srinivas Reddy Thatiparthy.
>> I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.
>> - Confucius.
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