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I have ever heard of such a story: Some trainees at a Toronto computer training school asked their teacher to recommend them for a team leader position. Is this a joke? Is this a fact?
To my point, it is hopeless to make a living in IT industry if you have no solid skills. Yes, some of our countrymen are eloquent and can talk big.
But I do believe it is not difficult to judge how good a person's skill is.
For instance, I am not at Microsoft track, but I can still evaluate those
candidates with strong microsoft technology background. For instance,
I can judge if our candidates have ever used COM+ technology after three
very simple questions (not too technical). I have ever interviewed a candidate who claims to be a shopping cart expert, but I found he has
never did shopping cart things after one question---He was telling lies and he never touched Microsoft Site server.
Why were so many Canadian IT companies cheated by unqualified programmers? I don't think we should blame on those unqualified people. They have the right to pursue a job, a high pay. It is those IT companies should self-reflect their recruiting policies.
I am a quite green Java programmer. In Chinese, I am sort of "Cai Niao".
But I claim I am a qualified Java programmer. I have witnessed a lot of
unqualified programmers, among which are Chinese, Indians and Whites. I think it is unfair to pour all of the dirty water onto our Chinese guys. It seems to me that Canadian IT companies are too vulnerable, so easy to be cheated.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞