@Alter Ego, gotcha! UR a dumb arse… гавари… kakoй «прeлеctный yм и зoрkий взгляд» aж зaвиднo :<(любeзный гений, не волнуйтесь не для твoeгo мoгyчeгo yмa, рaзмeрa kрoшkи жe былo написанo.
IPO contrary to mass mentality is no longer a capital raising excrescence for the enterprise to expand its operation. Since the tech bubble bust IPO is a strategy to bloat the value of stock and cash in billions, letting most of the suckers hi’n dry. Looking through the history of IPOs, the only people who really benefit from IPOs are the issuers, the underwriters and the stock speculators. Once the company is listed it is driven by share price movement alone. That means that bean counters override everything, including product development and innovation. Existing engineers become mega rich due to their stock holdings and lose any drive to perform/innovate. New crop of engineers that come aboard are mediocre at best, for they are hired by HR mob, who’s totally clueless about innovation and hi-tech ability.
Smart move. I’m using non-KL security solutions. I’ll reconsider and will look closer @ KL offerings.
Журавлев нe издевается! He’s doing the right thing. Candidates, programmers are missing the point… The issue is not whether they can write perfect code in 10 minutes, but whether they can handle rapid changes in requirements; that’s the actual life. The guys is testing candidates fortitude and stamina. The one will get the job who is unphased with the demands for changes, regardless of the quality of the code. Want to get the job? Don’t worry about coding. Write any sloppy code. No one will check it let alone test you code. Just go along and bee cool accepting any change without a blinking and you’ll impress the tough guy. ziztop