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Google looks to have signed a deal with the Indian State of Telangana that will see the company splash down a colossal campus in Hyderabad. Telangana's technology minister KT Rama Rao has been doing the rounds of Silicon Valley this week, Tweeting as he goes. At Google, he squeezed out these three missives: Excited to …

  1. Buzzword

    Will the Hyderabad office suffer from the same problems of lack of diversity that befall the Mountain View office? Or will they manage to recruit in even numbers across the castes, religions, and sexes?

    1. Ragarath

      Is this lack of diversity? Do they need to hire in equal amounts across all of these? Should any company do this?

      What ever happened to hiring the best person for the job whomever they may be?

      1. Archaon

        "Is this lack of diversity? Do they need to hire in equal amounts across all of these? Should any company do this?

        What ever happened to hiring the best person for the job whomever they may be?"

        Have an upvote. There is definitely strength in diversity but recruiting the wrong person to hit some arbitrary quota or appear 'fair' is ridiculous and in reality is unfair to the correct candidate.

        Recruiting the correct person for the job is not discrimination against everyone else. Not recruiting the correct person because they don't fit into the correct religious/social/racial quota is discrimination.

    2. Buzzword

      I should have used the </sarcasm> tag.

      1. Seanmon
        Facepalm

        I think you should have, yeah.

  2. 100113.1537

    Hyderabad = the new Bangalore?

    That's all

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