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1) Just an addendum to what you have presented. Actually, one American professor has ever told me: "If you look at their references, 90% of Chinese students are qualified for Nobel prize."
2) Although I have been encouraging non-IT friends to learn something like Java and Oracle, and although I advocate it is necessary to decorate resumes, my baseline is that people need to have some true skills. One friend said that some Chinese guy can fool 5-6 IT companies
consecutively, each per month. I really cannot believe this. Yesterday,
I made a list of my students and friends who succeeded in getting into
US IT job market. All of them spent 8-15 months to master some skills.
Of course, there are some fakes in their resumes. So far, all of them
are doing well. Exactly speaking, they cheated employers but their cheating is based on some true skills. I guess Canadian IT market is too chaotic--- it seems that some people who has never used Unix dare to seek a UNIN admin position in Canada.
3) I can understand those friend's rage about IT cheating. So a question arises: how to fight against it? It is no use for us to curse here. My present team is a 16 people team and half of them are just killing time.
Among them are Chinese and Indian. One Chinese colleague has a very high pay rate. This person has been in the IT industry for a couple of years.
This person feels very good. But I see this person knows nothing. What can I do? The only thing I can do is
NOT to collaborate with this person. I can help all the people who are not strong but are diliegent in learning. But I have no patience to say one more words to this person. What else can I do? My friends? Of course,
If I were a manger, I would have got rid of this person long long time ago.
4) View different people in diiferent standards. Just at my present working site, there is another Chinese person. She just graduated from
a University and is very persitant in learning Java. I am always happy to anser her questions, just as I have been doing at this BBS.
5) I show my strongest respect for those who never cheat. I am always
considerate of those who have to cheat but possess true skills.
6) I follow Eglington's suggestion and won't be involved in further discussion.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞