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95% Engineers in India are not Employable for Software Development

Only 1.4% can write efficient code; 60% can’t even write code that compiles says Automata National Programming Skills Report

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Is this Index on Internet Readiness Even Accurate?

The research and the politicos are always glowing and positive but there’s something missing (Read: Aadhaar data)

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More Ministers Active on Twitter than Journalists

MeitY Sec Aruna Sundararajan said this about a government ushering in a digital era, at the launch of a report on Internet readiness of Indian states

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'It is an Interesting Time To Be In India', Says Akshay Kothari, LinkedIn India Country Manager

In a chat with Naina Sood, LinkedIn India Country Manager and Head Of Product, Akshay Kothari, says a big portion of the company's global numbers are driven by its Indian members, who are apparently the most active job seekers in the world

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UN Says Social Network Payments Now Nearly $3 Trillion in China

Alipay and WeChat Pay enabled $2.9 trillion in Chinese digital payments in 2016, a 20x growth in 4 years. Alibaba group investments has helped Paytm go from 5 million to around 200 million users in last few years.

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Delhi Number 1 in Internet Readiness among Indian States & UT - IAMAI & Nielsen

Delhi has emerged the top ranked state in terms of overall Internet readiness, overtaking last year’s winner Maharashtra

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H1B Visa Reforms Poised to Hit Indian IT Firms; Applications From US Employers Lowest in 5 Years

Infosys stocks fell down by 4.5%, followed by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS; 5.5%), HCL Technologies (6.3%), Tech Mahindra (9.7%), heralding a nightmarish run for the Indian IT industry.

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Vision 2020: What the Chipset Industry Will Look Like In Future?

Chipsets have come a long way since the advent of single core smartphones which dotted the mobile landscape.

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World Heritage Day: A Sad Reminder of How We Treasure Our Past

Would we be the same if the very thread of our identities is destroyed with the superimposition of a new and fabricated worldview and history?

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