Am I wrong?

Amazon rajjj
Apr 7 27 Comments

I’m Indian, but I don’t want more Indians coming to the US. Indians are mean to Indians, and only to Indians. They just hate each other for no reason. I even took a job in the Midwest just to avoid other Indians. However, there was full of Indian in our Software development department. I had to move and move again until I joined my current team where I am the only Indian


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TOP 27 Comments
  • F5 Networks RRA
    Not sure about right and wrong, but by going to great lengths to avoid them you do perpetuate the stereotype that every Indian hates other Indians.
    Apr 7 0
  • Amazon paopao
    Indian software fucked Boeing 737 max. But white frat directors at AWS etc love Indian developers who deliver low quality software and brag about it, just like the old days in college.
    Apr 7 5
    • Microsoft guhjov
      The whole aircraft was poorly designed. Instead of redesigning from scratch, let's just put heavy engines and hack some other bandaid solutions to meet deadlines and make $$$ ...

      And with FAA & Boeing in bed with each other, good luck having any kind of safety oversight in the US.

      Let's not blame Indians for this one. This is good old American know-how !
      Apr 7
    • Amazon / Eng Yolo!
      Boeing doesn’t hire H1B 🤪
      Apr 8
    • Amazon paopao
      the code was written in India, outsourced lol
      Apr 8
    • Amazon / Eng Yolo!
      What was the quality control at Boeing doing? I’m defending dev’s here, you can’t dump all the blame on dev
      Apr 8
    • Microsoft guhjov
      @paopao your proof that it was outsourced to India ?

      All I see regarding outsourcing for this feature, is FAA outsourcing the certification of this software to Boeing. Anyone see the huge red flag with that process. LoL
      Apr 8
  • Intuit Juventus
    Do you see the problem here? You. You are the problem. You're complaining about meanness and hate and yet you perpetuate the same.
    I work with lots of Indians. Some are amazing engineers and friends and some are not as stellar and anti social just like everyone else from different nationalities and culture.
    Try looking at each one as an individual instead of stereotyping them even before you give them a chance.
    Oh maybe don't work at Amazon.
    Apr 7 0
  • Zynga CuriousABC
    Maybe you are the issue?
    Apr 7 1
    • Cruise Automation trainstop
      Common denominator is OP. Haven't seen this in most work places I've been. Usually there's a positive bond between immigrants from same country. I do acknowledge there is also internal prejudice that goes against people from different states/provinces just like in the US.
      Apr 7
  • Daimler


    looking for full time job in system, integration, test, or technical solution engineering
    It's odd that you brought this up. I've only seen Indians getting along with other Indians at my past workplaces...
    Apr 7 0
  • Wells Fargo hsLy13 that you???
    Apr 7 0
  • Dropbox yLAJ84
    How many crores was your TC?
    Apr 7 0
  • Nvidia waltr
    Northies favor northies, Southies favor southies, Telugus favor telugus. I’m with you on your analysis. Also, Indians are mostly selfish generally don’t like following rules and they will try to snatch any little bit of opportunity that they see around them.
    Apr 7 1
  • CloudHealth Technologies QivT04
    I feel like this is a troll. But I am so sorry you feel this way. I am Indian and I am native to a state called Bihar. As most of you must be aware of the anti Bihari sentiment which is prevalent in majority of the states in India. I have been beaten by people when they found out that I belong to Bihar. But does that make me hate Indians. Absolutely Not. I get rejected by women because of my background. But do I hate women. Absolutely Not. When I moved here, I lived with people who spoke Kannada and Marathi and they would talk to their parents about how they were roommates with me in their native language and disapproved of my presence in the house. Little did they know that I could understand each and every word that came out from their mouth. Did I hate their parents. No I didn’t. The problem is that people like to be around like minded people and probably you just haven’t found people that think the same way as you do. I face these problems almost everyday but I don’t run away from them. I try to stay calm and live a simple life sand I do things that I love to do and not let these petty things get in my way. I still help every Indian that I meet if they need help from me because it’s the right thing to do. Heck I would do it for anyone. If you still think that you don’t want to work with Indians, then consider joining a startup. My first ever job was with a startup fresh out of school and I was probably the one of the first non-white hires in the company. To be specific the 2nd non white hire. This will give you a really unique experience as you will quickly realize the problem of inclusion in such situations. It’s get even harder when the company grows and you realize how homogenous the company is. Eventually it gets a little better with diversity but still inclusion remains a big problem because of the hate that you bring to the table. I really hope you change the way you think because life is more than race and trust me there is no high better than life and enjoy it while you still can :)
    Apr 8 0
  • Snapchat / Other dudeLA
    I just came to Delhi and went to a market saw Indian helping other Indian street shoppers because it was raining they need to close the shop. Sometime I find Indians care about other Indian but sometime they care too much and judge people really fast. Honestly though I've many friends from all over the world but nothing can beat the friends I make from India be it south or north I find both of them are super cool and fun too hang around. There are always good and bad in every culture though
    Apr 7 0
  • Microsoft Dr. Root
    Indians hating each other is mainly because everyone is just pissed off at the GC wait times. Every other Indian you see is potentially another person who is in line ahead of you in the queue 🤷🏻‍♂️
    Apr 7 0
  • Microsoft Wela
    Indian managers show a sense of entitlement to their Indian reportees I don’t know why, on the other hand I have seen Indian helping others too. So it’s kind of mixed bag for me.
    Apr 7 0
  • OpenText / Other 11nks15
    Yes you are.
    Apr 7 0
  • Oath / Mgmt Atinlay2
    Apr 7 0
  • Jabil FHLG02
    I feel like Indians have the tendency to pull a fellow Indian down if they see him getting more successful (in whatever) than themselves. But if the fellow Indian is an underdog, they’ll help you. So basically Indians help each other until they are on the same level of success, and then start pulling each other down. Perhaps because of the competitive upbringing and “end justifies the means” attitude.
    Apr 7 1
    • Facebook


      Sounds like what the unions do
      Apr 7
  • Wells Fargo qUyB01
    How about investing some time improving your written English instead of sitting and hating your fellow countrymen 🤣
    Apr 7 0
  • Microsoft / Data 505.
    "wrong" is too generic. How about racist?

    People are mean to other people, because they suck, not because they are of a certain race.
    Apr 7 0
  • Oracle lwKV78
    I faced hate and favoritism by South Indians in my recent interview at salesforce... and I’m not even from like proper north India...
    Apr 7 0
  • Salesforce UfMg36
    It’s not always the case. I have found my own Indian countrymen, as it should be, most friendly and approachable. Competition/Politics knows no nation and that makes people opportunistic at all times; you can’t run from that.
    Apr 7 0