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Impacted by shortage of good tech resources.
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how? Universities are also upgrading
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Universities are in a hoax that if they teach their students with programming languages needed by industry then their students will get placed easily hence capturing a bigger market share plus showing a good growth... where as at the same time totally neglecting the very basics of programming and problem solving skills...
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Sadly, We are not focusing on developing the industry, Just Lakeer k Faqeer bane huwe hen, Innovation and Product ka koi khas concept nhi he, or agar yehi scene raha to in next 10 years there will be not so much progress, and professionals bht ziada ho chuke hon ge tab tak or ek achi khasi potential wali industry struggle kr rahi hogi for its own survival.
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Its a bubble and it will brust.
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Plz elaborate.. will this bursting have negative impact or positive?
Zohaib Hassan negative. We are doing nothing creative, no innovation. Just slavery of Dollars and Gooras.
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Doing Donkey work for big corporations just like they are doing now.
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Asim Bashir Bhatti
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Ali Baba
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There is still a lot to do in Pakistan software industry and hence a lot of potential . I see lots of startups in the industry which is good . PITB is doing lots of projects with e-government initiative and Tech incubators. Pakistan has a huge population of youth and hence a good market for international companies as well. Already international apps are launching here and working with local partners. Online shopping is also taking off and they are only targeting small percentage of people. As the mobile and internet awareness grows ( the young generation of today grows up in 10 years ) , there will be more demand for IT services , Automation and online shopping . And yes we have good potential for outsourced IT projects too .
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PITB along with its startups are “rang-bazi” nothing much. Umer Saif is wasting our tax money on name of e-governance.
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Nowhere
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21st century ki mazdori hee kr rhy hon gaay...no innovation, no new ideas and no potential, just labour
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Ammar Siddiqui
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A huge bubble of startups
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Success rate of startups in US is 10% .. 90% of startups in US fail . So thats also true in Pakistan . I dont see this as a bubble . Good thing is that people are atleast trying and coming up with ideas . Failure is not the problem . "Not trying at all" is the problem
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Okay I meant it as a good thing. I didn't mean it to explode. It's a rock solid bubble
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in Pakistan
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