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26Jun2015

Wanted – Dead or Alive (Alive Preferred) – QA Lead/Engineer

We are desperate! We need you. In Chennai. You have to do the following for us. Please. Your main job will be to make our development team’s life hell by burying them in bug reports. It is mandatory that you hate and despise developers and that your life’s mission is to demonstrate how incompetent and careless they are.
  • 26 Jun, 2015
  • Ravi M
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  • jobs, QA,
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02Jun2015

Revisiting Cantonments

Living in Secunderabad area, I enjoyed driving through the cantonment thanks to its greenery and fresh air. Over the last decade, the explosion of traffic in the twin cities during rush hour has not left any major section void. In between late 2013 and early 2014, the effects of increased traffic came onto to be
  • 2 Jun, 2015
  • Venu Madhav
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05Feb2015

A Bridge Too High

While we knew that we would reach for new heights, we didn’t think it would be quite this literally! Over the last few months, we’ve been engaged on a project which is something for the record books. The Chenab Bridge is being constructed between Bakkal and Kauri in the Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir
  • 5 Feb, 2015
  • Venu Madhav
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  • BoQ, Data integration, EPC, nPulse, Primavera, Railway Bridge, SAP, Schedule,
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20Jan2015

Country Roads

The MiliariumAureum or “golden milestone” is supposed to have been a monument erected over 2000 years ago in the central Forum of ancient Rome. It may have served as the “kilometer zero” point of the Roman Empire from which all distances were measured, and the fact that all roads “emanated” from here probably led to
  • 20 Jan, 2015
  • Venu Madhav
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  • Client, Contractor, Cost overruns, History of Roads, India-Roads, Project, Project Delays, Project Management, Roads, Schedule overruns,
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16May2014

Despatch from the Trenches XV – A Gemba walk a week might save you in millions

“Definition: A Gemba (and sometimes Genba) walk is the term used to describe personal observation of work – where the work is happening. The original Japanese term comes from gembutsu, which means “real thing.” It also sometimes refers to the “real place.” Lean experts will tell you that the best way to learn about what
  • 16 May, 2014
  • srikanths
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