ecureilx wrote:midlet2013 wrote:.
Secondly, people can be overly candid on a forum like this. But will they ever criticise their boss if his english sucked. Most of them here are angry people who think being rude is okay as long as what they are saying is the truth. The same people lie through the roof in real interactions..
Does the saying if you can't stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen - come to mind ?
And it was not much about the English but more about the tone ....
Be assured I am not felling like that....’m feeling like a math student who has been given a literature thesis to complete under a professor (or a few group of professors) who is frustrated with life …but there are few other good professors who are trying to help…but the problem is the university has no plan to BAN the under-achieversrajagainstthemachine wrote:lol give the guy a break guys , make him feel welcome, we hardly have any posters here. Don't make him feel like a nubile girl in a Delhi bus
What time is the Cinderella Movie on Ch5 ?the lynx wrote:.
If the three of you want to continue, go ahead. I'll grab popcorn and read.
But still is - A Sentence ?nakatago wrote:But still is. What ticked me off what he was even proud not to use English, as if he won't need to talk to other IT people who doesn't speak his language. That is one sign of his arrogance. How would you feel if a Russian developer reviewed your code but he only insists that you communicate only in Russian? Or if you reviewed his code and his variables, function names and classes are named in Russian?midlet2013 wrote:I can not see how the OP's first post had any entitlement issues. He simply asked if he should apply. And he did mention some points he thinks differentiate him from generic developers like tougher languages and open source stuff. That does not make him arrogant. If one does not think he/she is worth PR, why would ICA think so.
You guys just pushed him into a corner and he was forced to make such comments.
Singapore is full of people who act like they know stuff but all they can do is manage, talk and delegate. We should actually hope that good developers come here so the shitty software culture changes.
If u ask me, 80% IT people shd get PR rejected. They are simply replacable.
English - Thank goodness the guy is in IT. English is not such a key ingredient for such work. And since when is Excellent English a criterion for PR.
Excellent English doesn't have to be a criterion for PR but is sure is necessary to know and actually want to use a English to integrate into an English-speaking society (no matter how badly they mangled it).
The world is full of criminal minded people. The good thing is that they can only talk and that's also only over internetWd40 wrote:Writing badly, willfully, is being disrespectful to the language. I ask OP to write in his mother tongue exactly how he has written in his 1st post and then see how disgusting it looks. When its in another language we don't get the effect like if its in our language.
Even Singaporeans, when I hear them eat off the last alphabets of words, I feel like going and chocking their throat.
There is no need to provoke.. Let it be, find some other useful threads to participate in.ani.india1981 wrote:Hello…English…Teachers (or Jokers)…
Where are you (hiding)….Need your help (in trans-humiliation)…Please don’t shy away (in your *at hole)….show us your skills (knowledge-bullying).…
You don't need our help. You are humiliating yourself just fine without our help.ani.india1981 wrote: Where are you (hiding)….Need your help (in trans-humiliation)…Please don’t shy away (in your *at hole)….show us your skills (knowledge-bullying).…
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