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PaperbackFirst Editionpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Apr 12, Tarun Agrawal rated it did not like it.

How to start with my disappointment. It is the most ordinary book I have ever read I want my money back.

The reasons which added to my ever growing frustration with this book are: All the examples in the book were too too ordinary. I felt like I can write a book after reading this book believe me i am a very softare writer. Yes table dude its not your company report why tables??. I could hardly smile after reading the book I left it with 2 chapter remaining. Please don’t read this View all 7 comments.

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Mar 10, Praveen Thumma rated it did not like it. Stay Away, the most Ridiculous book I have ever read. Waste of Money and Time. Apr 02, Subrahmanyam Muramalla rated it did not like it. You are not gonna gain something by just fooling your boss. Nor you gonna gain something by making him your friend Feb 03, Anant Chaturvedi added it.

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If you are an IT engineer, you can’t help but smile! Sottware 04, Santosh Shaastry rated it did not like it. I picked up this book, undoubtedly and like many others, only because of the title. I thought this is an attempt to satirically delve into some of the aspects of Software Engineer’s life.

The experiences described in the book do not portray the reality of the Software Engineering field. Statements on the lines of “Fair skinned and beautiful people go onsite” is absurd and clearly point to either koser these: The author, inspite of working in the software industry, has not “got it”! Author’s past work experiences have not been so good!


The author loves tables and comparisons, as is evident from the innumerable tables spilled all over the book! This is mildly OK in the beginning, however as you progress through the chapters, gets to you. The book seems to be a collection of the author’s experience in the software world, which does not seem to have been good so far! Even if you discount all the problems mentioned above, there is no continuity to the chapters or clarity in the expressions.

There is a clear disconnect between the title of the book and the content. Feb 06, Sougata Ray rated it really liked it. I read this book a day ago. It describes the life of a common software engineer, and if you are a software engineer fresher myself being one then my advice would be consider reading it.

At least you will get a feel of the world that you are going to get into. It states and explains the facts in a funny manner, you will sure have a good time reading it.

Although it has been a fun read all the way through, still I found something missing there. Don’t know what it is,but still it is there. Maybe Dip I read this book a day ago. Maybe Dipen has to go a lot of distance as a writer. Another thing, a lot of things in this book have been told in Hindi,so Non-Indian guys will not be able to take out the full pleasure of reading this book.

It’s a point that the writer may have considered. Anyways, I have had a good time reading it. Jun 22, Anupa Chatterji rated it it was amazing. Being in the IT industry for almost 7 years now, I maybe a bit partial in rating this book a full five – but that can be excused because I loved it so much because I could absolutely relate to each word I read! Right from the title of the book to every observation that Dipen explains is so true! The book is hilarious yet not exaggerated and I’m sure most of my fellow IT walas will agree.

Such a wonderful and apt description of the IT industry can only come from an insider and so it is! For people Being in the IT industry for almost 7 years now, I maybe a bit partial in rating this book a full five – but that can be excused because I loved it so much because I could absolutely relate to each word I read! For people outside the industry,I’m sure it will burst many myths about the IT sector and people working in it.

If you are feeling low, or in mood for a hearty laugh, do pick up this book and I guarantee your jaws will pain in no time! Dec 14, Sanjay Sinha rated it it was amazing. Best Stress Buster Ever!!!

People who want to Join the Industry should also go for it So that they can have a Better Overview and People who are already “IN” ,there are lots of tricks and for you.!!! Dec 14, Nihar Panwar rated it it was amazing. Apr 01, Udit rated it liked it. Just completed reading the book. Though, being a budding writer myself and an engineering student on the brink of entering the macabre wonder world of IT, i was able to empathize with Dipen’s views.


Though the style and the influx of creativity was not to be seen. It was like an “open-and-shut” book albeit interspersed with hilarious anecdotes but written by an abecedarian.

Definitely not a page turner but a regular read to pass surplus time at hand! Dec 14, Vijay Deo rated it it was amazing. Hats off to the Author for such good observations and plotting them so well in a book and also thanks for making us laugh so hard by such wonderful gift [; ] Jun 12, Swaroop rated it really liked it. Completed in 2 days, couldn’t stop reading.

A must read if you are a software engineer or aspire to become one in future. Please keep it away from managers! Aug 07, Arcopol Chaudhuri rated it it was amazing. This is the most fun you’ll ever have inside a book about software engineering. Everyone who works in the world of software engineering, and anyone who is even mildly frustrated about his job, increments, bosses will enjoy reading this corporate satire.

Jul 17, Kathryn Reagan rated it did not like it Shelves: I picked up this book to see what my industry looks like in India, since I am here. But it is literally garbage! And full of tech bros! And every sentence ends with an exclamation mark! Sep 01, Arvind Passey added it.

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My review of the book: Nov 26, Abhinav added it. Most painful hour of my reading experience Oct 02, Archies rated it it was ok. Read it long time ago. I felt ossum that time with negligible experience of reading.

But enginewr you read very good literature,you end up feeling this book as a plain reading with some experiences in software job etc.

This one is for those who are new readers with no experience of reading at all and are engineers,who wants to start reading something apart from chetan bhagat etc. Sep 23, Abhinav Sharma rated it did not like it.

One of the worst books I have read to date. Most of the comparisons softward the author does don’t make sense.