After the enthralling episode of Satyam, it has created enough doubts in the minds of the IT generation about their future and the importance of risk management initiatives. Well, it is not the right time to talk about Ramalinga Raju & Co. but as entrepreneurs, we have to look ahead in combating the tough situations and rise out of the difficulties when issues keep pulling us down. I guess a lot of us would be considering how this post is related to all of us, but things can change dramatically in the IT sector.
as i m pursuing the technical writing career ...so in this how much far i can go?
As a community, we have created an identity and a niche for ourselves within a span of 10 years. Moving forward, I feel we should go ahead and create positive "ripples" in the society we live in, in our own little ways. Let us carve a humanitarian angle to the TWIN community. Like the need for an annual conference, I was wondering if we could have a small 3- to 4-day "humanitarian camp" in our respective cities sometime during a year. We can start small.
The STC has its formal conference annually but nothing of that sort happens in TWIN. That's understandable. TWIN is an informal group. But why should that stop us from organizing meet-ups? I know folks in Mumbai meet up. I am sure people in other cities and towns do too. But here's the big momma: can we organize a national TWIN meet? It is just a thought. Let me know what you guys think. Also, if twinners are meeting up in their respective towns, I request them to blog about their meets here on the portal. Maybe we should start a flickr group called TWIN?