An Insight to LOSER, Life of a Software Engineer by Dipen Ambalia
Bangalore: A blunt take on the dubious life of a software engineer, LOSER stands as an out of the box mockument about the stereotypical setup of any IT or software firm. Well generalized and personalized details that every techie would empathize with make the book a hilarious read. Dipen Ambalia seems to have mastered the art of satirical and sarcastic way of defining the harsh and cruel realities of the corporate world.
With years of experience in the software world and a dose of every medicine in the industry, Ambalia has given the true insight into the corporate environment and the drastic change in lifestyle one incurs by making what looks like trivial decisions in career. The groupisms, change in attitude and those hundreds of conspiracies and controversies that one comes across being in the corporate world are carved in a light, yet eye opening manner.
Though marked with some intelligent colloquialism and character specific usage of language, the book is one of its kinds. It is a must read if you have got bored of the usual fiction and drama and want to enjoy this brilliantly fresh way of writing. Beware; by revealing some bitter truths, this book might put you into great depression in case you belong to certain groups of the corporate ecosystem. But on a lighter note, the book is about 200 pages worth smiles on your face. Whether to be or not be a software engineer is upon you to decide.
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