The Indian IT Experience
By tigerhere on Feb 21, 2007
Upon arriving in India, I find out I am to teach on the new edition of Solaris, not Windows, which I had developed on. This is all good because I develop in Java EE, works on Solaris and Windows. And, I am to train 100 people. In other countries, my classes are 12-15 people...OK
In an NIIT office, I prepare 10 Java instructors to help the students when I teach. They are attentive, and in 2 hours, I feel they are ready for JavaServer Faces, Ajax, Dojo, and jMaki.
Next I'm taken to the SQL Star office, another Sun Learning partner, to help get 100 computers ready for the students. A number of SQL Star people, have a good start on installing Solaris Express. Rajesh of Sun, and myself train up 2 NIIT people, and 1 Sun contractor, to complete the setup.
They work through the night to finish most everything.