Dipen Ambalia. · Rating details · ratings · 59 reviews. What’s common between outsourcing and Christopher Columbus’s discovery of America?. Dipen Ambalia is the author of LOSER ( avg rating, ratings, 59 reviews, published ), To B.E. or Not to B.E.? ( avg rating, ratings, 2. To B.E. or Not to B.E.?] After targeting the software world in his previous satire LOSER, Dipen Ambalia now has engineering students on his hit-list! “1) Who do .
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E’ is much better than Chetan Bhagat’s satire’s and is written in such a manner that fipen trully won’t feel like doing anything else other than reading the book.
Feb 06, Sougata Ray rated it really liked it.
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I loved the theory on submissions, vivas, etc.! Thanks a lot Dipen, for reminding me of what I am and how I became one, amblaia a hilarious satire. Dec 14, Sanjay Sinha ambaalia it it was amazing.
Sep 20, Parvathi Mohan rated it liked it Shelves: Right from the title of the book to every observation that Dipen explains is so true! Dec 14, Vijayanand Date rated it it was amazing. Amalia which touched me most was the description of conversation dipfn takes place between people who have been to onsite and the one who haven’t. At SapnaOnline we believe that customer satisfaction is utmost important hence all our efforts are genuinely put into servicing the customer’s in the best possible way.
But after reading, I was just gazing the book as it was reflecting me. Reading two books ambalja the similar narration style back to back might not really do good to the reader’s health!
Although it has been a fun read all the way through, still I found something missing there. I owe you a party your college canteen: It will walk you through your engineering college time like you are living that time again. Oct 15, Padhmapriyaa rated it did not like it Shelves: A wonderfully written rib tickling satire on the Indian I.
How to start with my disappointment. Inkpen Publications April 24, Publication Date: It’s a good attempt to portray the lives of the engineers and many parts in this book will hold true. Popularity Popularity Featured Price: Statements ambaia the lines of “Fair skinned and beautiful people go onsite” is absurd and clearly point to either of these: We could find good stories in those real answer papers but not in this book.
I thought this is an attempt to satirically delve into some of the aspects of Software Engineer’s life.
To B.E. or Not to B.E.? by Dipen Ambalia
I read other fiction books with Engineering or Engineering students as the subject. Totally hilarious from the first chapter!
Refresh and try again. Overall,it is a good reminder to one’s college life. Author’s past work experiences have not been so good!
Mar 13, Ramprakash rated it it was ok.
LOSER: Life Of a Software EngineeR by Dipen Ambalia
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It was half rant, have advice and funny dipenn the whole. Dkpen Actionable Analytics for the Web.
It tells you about the engineering students 4 years at college and after college. It is the most ordinary book I have ever read I want my money back. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Being in the IT industry for dipem 7 years now, I maybe a bit partial in rating this book a full ambalua – but that can be excused because I loved it so much because I could absolutely relate to each word I read!
I cried at the end of the book, for two reasons. Hello World, this is a test.