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Emotions of a software engineer...

आयटी क्षेत्रातील तरुणाईच्या मानसिकतेवर या ब्लॉगवर आपण सर्वचजण सातत्याने चर्चा करतो आहोत. ई सकाळचे वाचक विक्रम घोलप यांनी पाठविलेला फॉरवर्ड मेल या मानसिकतेवर आणखी प्रकाश टाकणारा आहे. सहसा आपण फॉरवर्ड मेल वाचून सोडून तरी देतो किंवा डिलिट तरी करतो. हा मेल तसा नाही वाटला. मुळ लेखकाचा पत्ता नाही. त्याच्या भावना मात्र सच्च्या आहेत. हृदयाला स्पर्शून जाणाऱया आहेत. म्हणून मुद्दाम इथे वापरत आहोत...

Emotions of a software engineer...

It was raining heavily outside. Dark clouds gathered in the sky and nature was in its ominous best. I took a break from my work and went to the pantry to grab a cup of coffee. I had a sip and went near the window to see the rain pouring down heavily outside the glass structure. I was inside our huge office building, unruffled by even the fierceness of the nature.

Through the heavy transparent glass, I could see a small girl trying to hold on to her umbrella which the wind was snatching away from her. I felt sorry for the girl, and was happy that I was not in a similar pathetic situation. Yes. I take pride for the fact that I am a software engineer.

I have everything which a common man would envy; money, status, respect, you name it I have it. I always wanted to be software professional and here I am, working for one of the best firms in the world. But then, am I really happy? Now, I could see an imprint of my palm on the other glass window, through which I reminisced my past, basked in the warmth of the sun shine.

My childhood was so much of fun. I vividly remember those rainy days, when I hugged my mother tightly during sleeping listening to all the stories told by her. Now, I have a big house here, but then it is just a house, not a home. My parents are pretty far away from me now. I have a cell phone to talk to them everyday, but then I really miss those dinners which I had with my family everyday. I could easily afford to taste all the different cuisines these days, but the best of food there, lack the love and affection which is present in the food prepared by my mother.

I threw a lavish party for my colleagues for my birthday, but then they would never replace the birthdays when my friends secretly brought a cake and at the end, half of the cake would have ended up on my face. The couple of hundred bucks that u save for a long period just to give a treat to your friends in the road side chat shop can never give the pleasure even after spending a few thousand bucks these days.

The scene of me crying and refusing to have dinner on the day when I fought with my best friend came to my mind. Today, she has gone far away from me, taking away my love and with it my life, but I am sitting and coding here with a false smile on my face. Everyday I meet new people, but then I long ceased to make a new friend.

It's true that I have a lot of things now. I have a nice bed, but no time to sleep. Lots of money, but no friends to spend it with. The latest designer clothes, but a worn out body . Awards for technical excellence, but no reward for the crave for peaceful ambience. A confident demeanor, but a reluctant and apathetic mind. Full of rain, but no sunshine even in the farthest distance.
Now, I could see the small girl on the road enjoying in the rain with her umbrella firmly in her grip. She might not have all the comforts which I have, but then she has the innocence and fun which I lost a long time back.

I have decided to come out of this false fantasy, even if it is at the expense of losing the tap of the software engineer. I am going to again enjoy my life. I am going to go out in the rain and play with the small kid now. I removed my tie, and went near my computer to shut it down. Just then, I saw a new mail alert in my mail box. I slowly opened Lotus Notes and I found a message from my manager with an attachment saying that there was a critical defect in the code and I have to fix it soon. I convinced myself that I am not going to get bogged down again by these pressures and stick to my decision. I ignored the mail and went to the rest room. After a couple of minutes, the software engineer in me came out, his shirt tucked in with the perfect tie knot, sat before the computer, and started typing,

Sir,
I am looking into the defect and will send the patch files before EOD.
Regards,
Software Engineer.

काय वाटलं हा मेल वाचून? जरूर सांगा.

123 comments:

  1. Anonymous said...
     

    लोक समजतात तसं, आयटी मध्ये काम करणे म्हणजे एइटीत राहणे असा होत नाही.. Frontend कितीही attractive असला तरी backend चा गोंधळ आपल्यालाच माहीत असतो! :)

    सुहृद पोतदार, पुणे

  2. Anonymous said...
     

    IT madhye kaam karnari mula jevha surwatichya kalat free astat mhanje mage pudhe kaslyaach jababdaryaa nastat...tevha companyla hava titka wel deun hava tasa kaam karun pudhe pudhe zaat rahatat....ani barich promotions gheun ekhaadya uchh sthana war pohochtat ani, ani mag ek kshan yeto saturation cha...pan tyanna tethun paraticha marg band zhaalela asto...bharpur pagaarachi savay lagleli aste...garza wadhwun thevlelyaa astaat...pan sobat aayushya zagaayla konich nasta...ektech astaat...

    he sagla aadhich samzun, umzun pahilyaa pasun zar disciplined kaam kelat tar hi wel yenarach naahi...aapla dhyeya nakki kaay aahe ani te aaplyaala sharirik ani manasik drushtya kuthe gheun zanaar aahe...tyacha andaaz gheta aala paahije...mulanpeksha sudha mulinni hyaa goshtincha vichar karnyaachi garaz adhik aahe...karan aaz na udya tyaa aai honar aahet...mul zhaalyaawar saglyaa priorities badaltat...ekach dhyeya asta, aapla pillu...

    he sagla lihun/sangun kaahi upyog naahi...ithe paisa ani position saglyaanna andhala banawate...tyamule ani hya profession madhye ashya lokanchi bharach padat rahate...

    hya mulane jya tyachyaa emotions lihilyaa aahet...tyala sangawasa watata...ki are tu turungaat naahiyes...tu tujhya awadichi, tu vichar karun, tharvun, prayatna karun milavleli nokri aahe....ani ti tu kadhihi sodu shaktos...kinwa change magu shaktos...sutti war zaau shaktos...evdha emotional vhaaychi kaahich garaz naahiye...

    Supriya Phatak

  3. padmakar said...
     

    These are emotions put in perfect words of those who have come to IT for its glamour. Thanks for writing this blog, I lost in childhood memories for few minutes, now I have to get back to the work.

    Padmakar
    Dubai

  4. Prasad Mirlekar said...
     

    बर्‍याच लोकांना आय टी मधे काम करणार्‍यां चा पैसा दिसतो पण त्या पैश्या मागे जे मानसिक कष्ट सॉफ्टवेअर इंजिनियरला सोसावे लागतात ते या लोकांना दिसत नाहीत. त्याना आसे वाटते की आय टी ची लोक ए सी मधे बसून नुसती ऐश करत आसतात पण भर ए सी मधे पण घाम आणणारे प्रसंग देखील सॉफ्टवेअर इंजिनियरला कधीकधी सोसावे लागतात. इथे मला एक मराठी म्हण सांगाविषी वाटते टी म्हणजे 'दुसर्‍याची नोकरी आणि बायको की नेहमी चांगली वाटत आसते'.

    - प्रसाद मिर्लेकर

  5. shailesh said...
     

    mi hya S/W engineer shi poorna pane sahamat aahe... kharach reality saangitali aahe tyaane s/w field chi... Sarvaat mahtwaach mhanje kaam kitihi asu de fikir nahi pan... kuthe karat aahot te kaam he hi titkach mahatwaacha na?? ghara paasun doooooooor... itaka ki raza ghun yena hi kathin...ka tar leaves limited aahet.. yenya jaanyaat 3-4 divas jaataat... ka kon jaane pan ya S/W companies employees la taachya city madhe thevatch naahit... muddaam door taakataat... family paasun itake laamb ki ... divasbhar kaam karataana hech vichar ki aaplyaala "TRANSFER" kadhi milnaar???.. aapanhi kadhi family barobar rahanaar???
    working environment hi khoop matter karat ithe...

    overall ... kay tar DISATA TASA NASATA !!!!!!MHANUNCH JAG FASATA....

    Shailesh Kulkarni ( PUNE )

  6. Anonymous said...
     

    I think thoughts in this blog are bit exaggerated...IT sodun dusarya kuthalyahi field madhe kam kele tari pawus alyavar bhijayala jane kunalacha jamanar nahi.
    Tension ani workload sagalyach field madhe asatat. Mi baghitalya pramne taru IT madhe 80% lok 90% vela niwant asatat..Chat karane...Paper vachane...Surfing karane sagale suru asate...Haan project delivery la kahi vela bharapur kam asu shakate..but it is part of game...If one manages his workplan properly, you will never have to stress out yourself...

  7. Anonymous said...
     

    Ugach ekaane suicide kele mhanun radayache kahi karan nahiy....IT is best industry to work in.. if you maintain your social life healthy everything is alright here. Tyane suicide kele tyaachi karne vegli as shakataat.


    IT is best.

  8. Anonymous said...
     

    Mala watate Supriya Pathak yanche mhnae agadi barobar aahe.I.T. madhe nokari karane mhnaje turungat jane ase nahiye, ja tumhala tya madhun samadhan nasel milat tar tumhi ti sodu shakata.
    Aani I.T. madhe Sat. Sunday sutti milate. Tumhala Onsite opporunities milatat jyam ule tumhi jag firun yeta.
    Khar tar pratekane aaplya priories tharwoon ghetlya pahijet aani tyanusar wagale pahije.
    Mi Swata ek Software Engineer aahe aani Multinational Company madhe job karate pan mi maze personal life tewadhech enjoy karate. Maze chand jopasate,music aikate.

  9. win said...
     

    u name any profession & tensions,pressures are there.So it depends person to person how u take it & how u set ur priorities.One shud be smart enough to manage all-YAHI JINDAGI HAI!!!

  10. Anonymous said...
     

    life he Ekdach aahe. suicied karun tumche problems solve hot nahit.
    parasthitivar 100% nahi pan 50% tari maat karnyacha pryatna kara
    thodkyat "Pryatnati Parmeshwar"

  11. Anonymous said...
     

    Kamm ani kamm tar asnarcah....
    IT madhlya lokana hi kamm cha aste ,tyacha etka motha issue karnyasarkhe kahicha naste.Aapan tharaval tar aapan hi sagala kahi purvisarkha ghadu shakat ani aapan tasecah aandi rahu shakto pan aapan manapasun kadhi hca tharvat nahi.
    faqt "Imagantion" karanyapekasaha "Do Act".
    je watat ani je changal aahe te kara na.Ascah nusata vichar karun kai hoanr aahe. Aai ,babanchi aathwan yetey tar jeva tyaan bhetal tyweli khup kahi kara tyachyasathi.
    ani aaplya pekasah te "Defence"(Aarmy,Airforce,Navey)che lok aaatva thode.........................


    Softwre Engineer
    :)
    Be bold ,Be strong and take the whole responisibility on your shoulder !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. sushant said...
     

    Emotions of a Software Engineer...Very Funny

    I wonder what these IT engineers think of themselves. They have 2 days weekly holidays, onsite oppurtunities, high paid jobs, outbound team building, company trips, parties, different days, 24hr internet (chat and browsing)....

    After these amenities if they think they are sacrifising lot of are working harder than other people in different industries...they are making fool of themselves...NO PAIN NO GAIN mate...if you dont like your job why dont leave and ENJOY your life..

  13. Vaib said...
     

    Reality to life of a Software engineer... :)

  14. Anonymous said...
     

    It's a reality....

    But 'Kuch Pane ke liye kuch khona padata hai...."

    So, B+ve.

  15. Anonymous said...
     

    Whatever written is true and very well expressed to reader. But found it depressing might evoke me for suicide. You have to write something which can inspire me to really step out of sorrows of being s/w eng.

  16. Anushka- s/w engineer said...
     

    Well, what this IT engg has written is true..
    but thats not only with IT people..
    anyone who is staying away and working a lot may have same emotions! These emotions cant be tagged to IT guys only.
    The only difference is... Computer is always at hands with these guys.. so emotions do come on such blogs..

    eka S/w engineer ne suicide keli tar evdha gondhal ka? hazaro police inspectors ani shetkari hi suicides kartat... tyanchi dakhal ka nahi ghet konich??

  17. Editor said...
     

    एक सुचना करावीशी वाटते. इथं तुम्ही कॉमेन्ट करताना शक्यतो तुमच्या लॉग-इनसह किंवा किमान तुमच्या नावासह करा. या ब्लॉगच्या अनेक बातम्या तुम्ही सकाळमध्ये वाचत असाल. नावांसह कॉमेन्ट असेल तर अशा बातम्यांमध्ये त्याचा उपयोग होतो. तेव्हा ही (सूचना न समजता!) विनंती जरूर विचारात घ्या...!

  18. Vinita said...
     

    Lekhakani jey mudde maandlet tyat IT kshetrachya radgaanya peksha Baalpan haravlyacha dukkha jasti zhalya sarkha watata. Aapan kuthlya hee kshetrat aslo tari aaplya saglyannach paoos paahila kinvha shala college che gamtiche divas athavle ki udas vatata. Ani nusta ITch kai barach ase fields ahet jyat loka maan modun kaam karat astat. Doctors ahet, swatacha business asnare aahet, restaurant madhle loka aahet, construction workers ahet, shetkari aahet, ani tyatlya baryach lokanna IT sarkhya bakichya suvidha pan milat nahit.
    Tumcha jey awdicha field ahe tey tumhala nivdaychi sandhi astech pahilya pasun. Tumhi jar IT cha fakta paisa pahun hey kshetra nivadla asel tar nantar radnyat point nahi karan tumhala jey pahije hota tey milalay na.

    Weekends na jaava paavsat hindayla ,mitranna pan bhetun yava, aai wadil door asle tar bank balance na vadhavta saral ek vimanacha ticket kadhava ani eka divsa karta ka hoina surprise visit pratyek athavdyala dyavi.

    Treat everything like an opportunity not a problem.

    Vinita (USA)

  19. Vikey said...
     

    It is true that life in a Software company is really tough but it is not impossible as well. I'm working with one of the best software company in world with high workload. I'm far away from my hometown and family. But still I'm enjoying my life.

    It is not that I'm partying hard and spending time n money in pubs etc. Whenever I go to home after office hours I use to stay at home. Talk to my family members, share my whole day experience with them. Listen to their activities.

    This is the way I relax myself from tension. It is also helpful in many ways. It is not that life is hard, the imp thing is how you look at your life.

    Do 'Sosal'work, don't take the burden of work. Take it easy and enjoy every moment in your life.

    Vikas Kasture (Pune)

  20. Santosh said...
     

    I think "Emotions of a software engineer..." represents emotions of few weak people in the IT field who are really not worth in working such an important field. You can do all that enjoyment which he is dreaming of. It just needs time and mind management. I am in the research field and we are also equally busy and under pressure, but learn to fase it and if you are not able to do it, just leave it. Dont just stick there just becasue you get lots of money.

  21. Abhi said...
     

    Excellent article and representative of the people who are working away from home!

  22. phantasmagoria said...
     

    Fully agree with Sushant...

    I am myself in the IT field and it looks like some aren't just satisfied with the already overrated lifestyle, they also want a shoulder to cry on. Well i for one, have nothing to offer... I think you are extremely selfish and have a inflated ego...

    It shows the immaturity of the software community as a whole. Read some good books, look at other people in all strata of the society and then reevaluate again.
    In short, open your eyes..

    If you still think you are at a disadvantage then no one can help you. You just have to suffer ;-)
    Oh poor you...

  23. AbhijitVS said...
     

    IT industry is the best industry to work in (at least for me), no doubt about it.

    You get –
    up-to-date Information and Technology (as name suggests),
    good money and lot of opportunities with global environment,

    Now at every step of life there were two important things which decide my happiness one is my abilities and another is my expectations.

    And the answer is simple, if I am able I will meet my expectations and I will be happy else I need to take some effort which is nothing but improving myself and working harder which might be little painful (this is what people cry foul about I guess).

    In a nutshell either improve your abilities or lower your expectations in terms of achievements, money etc etc...

    Whatever happens in the life is either because of our own decision or because of our luck (whatever you say) :-)
    But if we want to do it then we can do it, no doubt about it!

  24. anup said...
     

    It's real fact and we have to face It bravely because the software profession which is chosen by ourselves only. Don’t think that we are having the whole tension there is lots of people around us they are having tension more than us. Try to help each other to solve the problems so that tension will get reduced.

    I am also software professional

    Regards
    Anupam

  25. sandy said...
     

    Fantastic Blog,

    Don’t Strain, Enjoy Each Moment

    Sandip Chaudhari,Pune

  26. dr yeshwant dahiphale said...
     

    yes its a fact.but such situation is not only for them,its even major for DOCTORS,for doctors the above problems r same,but there is also risk of LIFE,socio-legal problems.no personal life,no sleep

  27. Anonymous said...
     

    I am a Mechanical Engineer turned Software engineer.I have been through all the good/bad times of both the professions.
    Who says there is only a huge pressure in software industry alone? It is not true.Every profession has the professional hazzards and kick-backs.
    We only pamper just the software profession as there is lot of money involved in it and people think they do very hi-fi jobs over here.

    I as a Mechanical engineer have worked for many years in Shift not just one but TWO , THREE, and in case of emergency of plant shutdown even spent a week with as little as 1 or 2 hours sleep and that for many years. Are not people working in 24x7 chemical plants or on oil rigs or on marine or as IAS IPS OFFICERS not under lot of tension , heavy workload ? Do they not work on targets?

    What now a days is going on is just pampering just one profession .The Software Engineers need to come out of the mentality that they are doing something which is VERY GREAT and SHOULD become more MENTALY strong.I think due to the money we bring home is the reason we are being given a special status by our mother/father/relatives/friends. We think that we are the only creatures in this world who alone have lot of workload and targets. I have been to both sides and there is nothing that great about it.The kind of jobs transferred to India are grade-2 or grade-3 jobs.We need to understand this by heart,we are not different than our counterparts working in other professions.If we are not able to sustain such pressure probably we are incompetent.

    So I REQUEST ALL TO PLEASE STOP SPREADING THE NEGATIVITY TO OTHERS .WHEN WE R GOING TO BE HAPPY, WHEN MUCH MORE SUICIDES TAKEN PLACE???????? PLEASE GIVE THEM HOPE INSTEAD !!!!!

    IN MARATHI IT IS SAID THAT "नेहमी दुसर्या ची नोकरी आणि बायको चांगली वाटत असते "
    SO PLEASE STOP NEGATIVITY AND BE POSITIVE.

  28. Anonymous said...
     

    Hi,

    Its indeed correct. We get few things and loose something.

    IT is like only. The people whoever is out of India also has the similar problems. Thats not the end of life.......

    Be happy wherever u r.....

  29. Anonymous said...
     

    mala hi emotions barobar watatat. kadhi kadhi ekantat vichar kela ki kalata ki sagle IT people todhya far antarane asach life jagat ahet...hya field madye kadhi kadhi asa pain hoto ki "sahan hi hot nahi ani sangata hi yet nahi"
    aaj chi life competative ahe...apan apalya garaja olakhun rahilo tar ayushyatil barach anand gheu shakto...pratek anand paisa kinwa hi-fi goshtin madhun milto asa kadhich nahi!

  30. Rakesh Sheth said...
     

    Best way to learn how to manage worklife balance.If one understands this then IT is really a perfect domain to work

  31. Anonymous said...
     

    Its realy heart touching blog. But its not only with IT people! it is for everyone who is working far away from the home, and who wants more n more money. now we have to choose...family OR money??? sulbha W. (PUNE)

  32. Anonymous said...
     

    These emotions are funny......

    In which profession u will get a chance to go out when it is raining , leaving your work ?

    People working in GULF countries sometimes do not see their families for 2-3 years.
    किती दिवस सहानुभुतिच्या लाटावर स्वार होणार ? किती रडता रे तुम्ही भरल्या पोटी ? काम करवत नसेल तर तुम्ही नालायक आहात ? हव्या तेंवा सुट्या द्यायला तुमच्या तिर्थारुपांची कंपनी आहे का ? त्यांना ( वडिलांना )तरी विचारून पहा हावी तेंवा सुट्टी त्यांना तरी मिलाल्या होत्या का ते ? नको तितकी कौतुक ज़ाली आहेत तुमची.

    आणि जमत नसेल तर सोडून दया हा धंदा , कोणी मागे लागले नाही आहे कसेही करूँ कराच म्हणुन . दूसरा जॉब बघा पण रडू नका उठ्सुथ. नाहीतर डोका तपासून घ्या डॉक्टर कड़े जाऊ न.

    You get all the facilities (apart from huge packages which take care of your other family problems , that other professional have to face on themselves ) plus team building efforts like (very few mentioned)
    1.Inhouse birthday celebrations in offices (on which job it is allowed ?)
    2.Trips to nearby places on companies expences
    3.Get-to-gathers and celebrations on completion of projects
    4.Annual day celebrations
    5.Training and workshops on company cost to improve your skills
    6.Non-formal working environment

    I think those who are unable to take the pressures should do the jobs they like.(You will find similar even worse work-culture, conditions in other professions )

    - सत्येन्द्र , वरिष्ठ प्रोग्राम मेनेजर

  33. Anonymous said...
     

    Me pan ek sowfware engineer ahe ani gharapasun hajaro mail lamb ahe, mala manya ahe ki nusata s/w madhech nave tar sagalya field madhe khup kam asata, pan max s/w vale lok ghrachya baher mhanaje baher chya deshat asatat, ani mechnical kiva etc. field che lok jast karun india madhech job karat asatat, tyamule jar manat aala tar te udya pan ghari jau shakatat, pan aamhala te shakya nahi hota,
    mala ek aamachyach office madhe ghadalele kissa sagayach ahe, aamachaya office madhala ek jan just US madhe aala hota ani te hi family gheun, ani tyacya next day la tyala kalala ki tyachya wife chi aai varali mhanun. Pan to kahi karu shakat navata, mhanaje parat jau shakat navata india la, jar to india madhe asata tar kahi tari karun pochala asata tithe, pan aata to gharapasun khup dur hota. Ha ata kahi jan mhanatil ki tyala jayala pahije hota, pan tyacya bajune te shakya navata karan next day navya office madhe joining pan hota.
    Ani hya blog madhe je writer na lihila ahe tyasi me sahamat ahe mhanaje sagalyanach tasa vatat ki aapala bday aampalya gharachyabarobar kiva best frinds barobar sajara vyava, pan te shakya nasata.

  34. Anonymous said...
     

    I completely agree with Satyendra.
    Engineers in IT feel that their job is an extension to college (but paid handsomely). Rose day, valentines day,birthday,annual day,This day and that day celebrations...Just to retain the employee by giving him/her collge like (fun) informal atmosphere.AND DO THESE HIGH-SKILL PROFESSIONAL THINK OF THE ORGANIZATION THEY WORK FOR ? NO !!! THEY TAKE THE LIBERTY OF JOB-HOPPING EVEN FOR 1-2 MONTHS. WHERE IS THE RESPONSIBLE BEHAVIOUR THEN ??????


    The only period of tension is when the deadline appears close and the required skill set is not with you.

    " म्हणजे जेवायला आधी , जोपायाला मधी आणि कामाला कधी मधी "

    Celebrating b'day with close friend is bullshit. Just try to remember how many close friends were changed from your 1st standard to the Engineering degree.So I think the IT engineers need to grow up.

    Secondly it is very unfortunate of when the person could not visit on death of his close one. Usually IT companies go out of the way to make arrangements for such mis-happs. But if you are thousands of kilometres away you hardly have such liberty.

    I think the Software Engineers need to GROW UP

  35. Anonymous said...
     

    Supriya and Satyandra are very correct. I was in a multinational company as Shift incharge(Manufacturing not in IT/Software).We were 3 shift incharges working in 3 shifts.

    I would like to share a kissa of my marriage. For my marriage I got just 5 days leave due to an urgent export order completion.We could not postpone the wedding as the hall and other arrangements were done 10months ago . so I left my workplace in sunday evening , monday was my wedding, however I was called by my WorksManager on wednsday explaining the situation that one of the other shift incharge got an accident , and asked if I am able to report on thursday (that too in the night shift!). Your commitment to the organization is important , so I joined the duty within 3rd day from my marriage leaving behind my honeymoon and worked for 12-12 hrs with my 3rd collegue So such thing happen in other industries not just in software ...... the question is how commited you are .........

  36. Anonymous said...
     

    1) why writer feels that he/she is different from a 'common man'.... whats is that 'uncommon' factor he/she thinks he/she has... its just a field which one has selected on its own. no body has forced to get into this field.

    2) You will hardly find anyone in this world saying 'you name it and I have it'. after all its a human nature where person keeps on saying i need more..... :)

    3) staying away from parents is individual choice. people want to go onsite, they want earn money... no one forces them to go to onsite ... at least long term. In my career I have seen many people desperate to go to onsite long term. They just refuse short term assignments......

    4) maintaining friend circle depends on an individual. just being an IT professional is not an excuse. i have seen all my IT frinds in a periodic get together apart from all their routines. Similarly I have seen non IT friends not even talking to each other over phone for years.

    5) one does not lose innocence and fun just because he or she belongs to a specific industry. Every individual professional grows mature over a period of time but that does not mean they no more have fun in their lives....

    bottomline - its upto an individual to decide what type of life he wants to live.... if you want to be part of a demanding industry you need to mould yourself to take all the pressures, maintain work-life balance by yourself. If one thinks that he/she is sacrifycing precious moments of his/her life for the industry it is not so because he/she is getting returns in one or the other forms. Afterall you can not get everything that you want at all times.....

  37. Sandeep said...
     

    It is an universal truth that "Ji goshta aaplya kade nahi ti changali watane" .. je tya blog madhalya s/w engr. kade nahi kinva jo to te aayush jagun gelay tya baddal aakarshan watane sahajikach aahe..mala nahi watat ki etaki situation kharab aahe hya profession madhye..

    ha blog vachala to pan konya S/w engr. mulech na .. mi aaj UK madhye basun marathi paper vachtoy tya baddal mazya pratikriya lihitoy tya pan S/w engineering mulech na.. mag je aapan kartoy , upbhogtoy tyala ka ugach nav thevayachi aanhi aamch he gela te gela mhanun ordayach...
    mala watata ki.. sagalyach kamat aaj tension aahe.. competition aahe..

    Sandeep G.
    UK

  38. Niranjan said...
     

    The moral is simple. Money cannot buy everything. The enjoyment of life lies in simple living. Live simple and enjoy life!

    Things said in the blog apply not only to IT but to other industries also. IT is taken here because it is glamorous and nothing else.

    ~Niranjan
    US

  39. amol jadhav,south korea said...
     

    Now i just finished reading this blog...& culd see myself in it...though not a software person myself but yes a person who works for a long time in office...this is the very life of an individual here today we have the capacity to buy all the best things in world...but have no one to spend or share with....there are no open skies....cant fly like a free bird ...yes i do miss being myself at times....but shuld i say we are the ones responsible for this so called "work culture" which makes us stay in our office for long ..i think hard when was the last time i went out with my frnds 2 party,had a good talk & i hav to stress my brain for that...i wuld just say that let the child in us come out a little to often & enjoy life bcoz a child enjoys the life the most ....lets not think about work all the time, but balance our life with work & fun

  40. Anonymous said...
     

    tensions sagalya fields madhe ahet ani asatat. lekhakane lihilyapramane kadhitari ase vatane swabhavik ahe pan kuthalahi nirnay bhavanechya adharane ghetala jau naye. IT madhe mi anaek varsh ahe ani agadi developer pasun baryach senior positions var bharatat ani baherchya deshat kaam kele/karat ahe, ghar ani mule sambhalun. emotions kinva tension mule ghabarun jaun ekhadya field la label lavane barobar nahi ase mala vatate. jar tumchi ability ahe ani challenges swiakarayachi ichha ahe tar swatacha vel ani activities yanche yogya planning karata ale pahije. mi ase anek prasang pahile ahet ki jevha karan nasatana office madhe timepass (pantry madhe kinva itar thikani) karnyachi savay barech lokana asate ase samjun ki nahitari ushira paryant thambayachech ahe. pratekane velevar, honestly ani sincerely 8 taas kamachi savay lavali ani mukhya mhanaje dusaryachya velecha respect kela tar hi paristhiti sudharu shakate. pardeshat hich gosht prakarshane janavate ki lok kamachya veles phakt kaamach karatat ani atishay sincerely. e.g meeting madhe kinva sampalyavar ugachach gappa kinva itar unwanted/unwarranted subjects discuss hot nahit je apalya ithe dusarya manasana tatkalat ubhe teun sudhha kele jatat.
    sarva lihinyacha uddhesh lekhakala de-moralize karane nahi pan IT hya kshetrat jar sarvanach sukhi ayushya jagayache asel tar swatachya ani dusaryachya velecha adar karane atishaya garajeche ahe ase mala vatate. yat discipline ale ani sachoti ali ji halli sarvach kshetratun jaat chalaleli disate. hyache parinam kuthalya tari swarupat apan bhogato.mag te kharab raste asot, load shedding aso kinva software engineer ne swatachya kamache ani diwasache ghalavilel additional working hours asot(at the cost of family life)!!

    Sucheta(Australia)

  41. Anonymous said...
     

    tu khup chan sangital ani mana madhil sangital...khar ahe tujhe.
    apan kaam madhe sagale kahi visrun jato ani apalya fun la divert karato.
    kaam ani paisa he sarveswa nahi ahe

  42. Anonymous said...
     

    how do you write marathi comments ?

  43. Rajendra said...
     

    This is nothing to do with the IT profession !
    All the professions have tensions , deadlines for work .Its normal way of working in these cut-throat competition days .
    As you start climbing the management ladder you must learn to handle work tensions and stress .I agree that staying away from the home country , family is difficult especailly when you are frustrated !Then one should develop few good friends to whom can talk and try to relieve tensions . Everyone must remember -Suicide cannot be the solution to solve the problems but its the start of the problems for your loved ones .

    Rajendra Patil,
    Bangkok,Thailand

  44. Anonymous said...
     

    he eka software engineer tyacha mat mandal pan aata sagalecha engineer ashe zalet paisa haway swapan puri karay la, pan te paishya chya mag itaka dhawatay ki ti swapan tyanchi sath kadhi sodatat techa tyana kalat nahi.Hya "status" sathi te sagalyacha goshti wisartat,even nati sudha.ani jewha tyana tya natyachi garaj bhasate to paryant te nata sampalel asata titha tumhala ji hawi ti mansa asatat pan tyana bandhun thewanar prem tumachya "status" madhecha harawale la asat.Mhanjecha sagala milaun tumachi zoli khalicha.Engineer hotay mhanje tumhi milawalelya dyanacha wapar karun hya samajala unati kada nya, tumachya dyana ne jaga ujalawa yacha artha asa nahi ki tumhi andharat bhataka.jo swatahalacha annada deu shakat nahi to dusaryala kai denar.ya nairyashyachya kalokhatun baher ya.paishya la janya sathi wapara paishya sathi jagaycha sodun dhya.Engineer zalat mhanun engin banun pishya chya aani status chya mage dhawat jaganyacha annada gamau naka.HE JIWAN SUNDAR AHE [TUMCHYA SATHI HI PHAKTA JAGUN BAGHYA TYALA MANACHYA PRATEK KOPARYATUN]

  45. captsubh said...
     

    जरी श्री.विक्रम घोलप यांनी छान शब्दात वर्णन करून त्यांची s/w engineer म्हणून गाथा [वा व्यथा!] सांगितली असेल तरी आजच्या धकाधकीच्या ,ताणतणावांच्या व स्पर्धेच्या जगात अशा गाथा विचारल्या तर इतरांकडूनपण ऐकू येतील.
    २]आधुनिकीकरणाच्या व जागतिकीकरणाच्या सपाट्यात सापडलेल्या, पण खुप शिकलेल्या, कर्तुत्ववान अशा नुसत्या पुरूषांनाच नव्हे, तर तरूणी/स्त्रियांनासुद्धा नोकरीच्या रगाड्यात बरेचदा घरदारापासून दूर,कधीकधी परप्रांतात किंवा परदेशात राहून वेळीअवेळी आपली कामे करावी लागतात!!!
    त्यापैकी माहिती तंत्रज्ञानाच्या क्षेत्रात खुपच लोक जरी असले तरी त्यांना कामाप्रमाणे वेतनपण मिळत असते!
    ३]मार्केटींग,इंजिनियरींग उद्योग,सशस्त्र स्थलसेना,वायुसेना,जलसेना,पोलिस,मर्चंट नेव्ही वगैरे नोक-यात प्रचंड ताणतणाव,कांहीमध्ये जिवाला धोका,घरापासून सतत दूर रहाणे व त्यामुळे कुटुंबाची आबाळ वगैरे गोष्टी कायमच सहन कराव्या लागतात! नुसते भावूनिक होउन व लहानपणाच्या रम्य आठवणीत गुंतून रहाता येत नाही!
    ४]स्वतःपुरताच विचार करायचा झाला तर नोकरीसाठी तन,मन,धन यांची वेळ काढून काळजी घेतली की सक्षमपणे कुठेहि काम आनंदाने करता येते!
    अश्रू गाळून कुणीहि दूस-यांच्या सहानुभुतीस पात्र होत नाहीं!
    ५]"Survival of the FITTEST" हा सिद्धांत आजहि लागू पडतो! या ब्लोगविषयावर व्यक्त केलेल्या प्रतिक्रिया पाहून दोन्ही परस्परविरोधी विचारांचे लोक दिसतात!
    दुर्दैवाने एकदोघां s/w enginners नी आत्महत्त्या केल्यामुळे जरी सहानुभुती निर्माण झाली असली तरी त्याच कोंदणातून इतरांनी नोकरीकडे पाहणे योग्य नव्हे!
    ६]हजारो लोक या सोफ़्टवेअर प्रोफ़ेशनमध्ये जगभर हिमालयाएवढ्या उत्तुंग कामगिरी करत आहेत, त्यांना मानसिक ताणतणाव असणारच.पण ते त्याचा बाउ करत नाहित!
    तसेच यापुढे "मी आयुष्य एंजोय करणे हे मुख्य ध्येय ठेवणार" असे म्हणणे चूकीचे आहे! आयुष्यात "कामाचा खेळ व खेळाचे काम" असे धोरण राबवायला गेल्यास खेळखंडोबा होणारच!
    कामाच्या व वैयक्तिक वेळाचे व्यवस्थित नियोजन केले की सर्व कांही साध्य होते व करीअरमध्ये तसेच कुटुंबाची प्रगती साधता येते!
    ७]तर आपल्यापेक्षा इतर रंजलेगाजले खुप आहेत हे मान्य करून त्यांच्या दुखः व विवंचनांकडे पण बघायला शिका/लागा म्हणजे आपण किती सुखी आहोत हे लक्षात येइल! धन्यवाद!
    सुभाष भाटे

  46. Anonymous said...
     

    हे श्री घोलप यांचे विनोदी लिखाण वाचून खुप करमणुक जाली. असे वाटले की या जगात फक्त सॉफ्टवेर इंजिनियरच प्रचंड स्ट्रेस मधे आहेत आणि बाकि सगळे मज्जा मारत आहेत.
    मी स्वतः याच क्षेत्रातील आहे.परन्तु माला आस वाटते की अलीकडे या लोकांना कौतुक करू न घेण्याची सवय लागली आहे.उच्च पगार , चांगले वातावरण (धोकादायक जिवावर बेतानारा नाही ),अन्य सवलती .

    मला तर असे वाटते की काही लोकांना सुख खुपू लागले आहे म्हणुन उगाचच मला फार त्रास, मी फार दू:खात , जगात मला माज्याकडे बघणारे कोणाच नाही अशी टाहो फोडून फोडून हाकाती लावली आहे.
    मज्जा करताना, पार्टी , पब, वाढदिवस साजरे करताना , गाड्या घोद्यातुं फिरताना दू:खाचे काढ येत नाहीत .

    ढोंग सोडा आणि वास्तवात या एकदा . तुमच्या पेक्ष्या कमी सुविधात कमी पैश्यात ही लोक जास्त स्ट्रेसफुल कामे करतात. आणि सगळे सम्बन्ध जपून आनंदी रहातात. खरच कही जनाना लायकी पेक्ष्या जास्त मिलाल्याचा माज आला आहे की काय आसे वातु लगते.

    श्री घोलप आणि त्या विचाराच्या इतरांना कोउन्सल्लिंग गरज आहे. त्याच बरोबर सभोवताली इतर लोक कसे रहातात हे डोळे उघडून नीट बघण्याची गरज आहे. त्यांच्या पालकांना ही एक सुचावावेसे वाटते की जरा कौतुक कमी करूँ या वाहवत गेलेल्यांना जमिनीवर आनन्याची गरज आहे.

    तरच या क्षेत्रात टिकून रहता येइल. एक दोघांनी आत्महत्या केली त्यांचे इतर प्रश्न असू शकतील , म्हणजे हे क्षेत्र वाईट ठरत नाही तर तुम्ही लायक नाही आहात. हे काही आसमानी किंवा सुलतानी संकट नाही त्याचा कण्ट्रोल तुमच्या कड़ेच आहे. तुम्हाला सुधरा आधी मग दू:खाचे कढ काढत बसा.


    खुप जाले . शिल्या कढी ला किती उत आणणार ?????????????/
    - -- -तुमच्या सारखाच पण एक आनंदी सॉफ्टवेर इंजिनियर

  47. Anonymous said...
     

    Ha ha ha!
    I feel pity abt software people. They are absolutely crap. Why you choose a lifestyle that you hate, and hope to gain sympathy from others? How many IT peoples are aware of the hard work and panic of a labour? He can write about many things/troubles which can be brutel also. But unfortunately he can not use blog and things remain in dark. So dear softies, just come out of your own shell and look at world around you. Hope it will help.

  48. ajay said...
     

    What i think is everybody is right on his/her place. but one can also get connected with his nostalgic days in many ways like to keeping your hobbies on, you can enjoy your life as you wish to.i know work is there for everybody and that have to do daily but if you can take plunge and indulge in any activity i am sure it gives you immense happyness.in every work there is expectation,boundries,responsibilty this is a part of every task what i am saying is, if you can take out a time for you and create a space in which dont allow anybody to enter then you can actully enjoy yourl life. but this is not a every day task you have to take out a time where you can actully reconnect with you. i am having a question for everybody that, is every person knows himself ? i think most of the people says 'NO'
    then better undrstand you first then things will automaticaly sorted out.... try it.

  49. CAPT. NARENDRA said...
     

    Amusing! The SWE (software engineer)is showing off his affluence (big house, nice car, lots of money etc) at one end and poverty of will power at the other! I wonder what keeps him where he is if he misses his family (does he mean his parents? If so why aren't they with him?), his friends (he does not say how he keeps in touch with them.) There is something known as 'Freewill', which our SWE can exercise and return to SWADES! I agree with him on one point: even in this age and times, there is no pleasure which can surpass happiness of watching rain and bathing in those showers in the Ghats. Do it, young man! You have a choice.

  50. Anonymous said...
     

    वा वा वा !! यावर एक अनंत फंदिचा फटका आठवला. शेअर केल्याशिवाय रहावत नाही.

    बिकट वाट वहिवाट नसावी , धोपट मार्गा सोडू नको
    संसारामधि ऐस आपुल्या , उगाच भटकत फिरू नको ||


    चल सालस पण धरुनी निखालस बोला खोट्या बोलू नको
    अंगी नम्रता सदा असावी राग कोणावर धरु नको ||

    नास्तिक पणात शिरुनि जनाचा, बोल आपणा घेऊ नको
    भली भलाई करा काही, पण अपधर्मंमार्गी शिरू नको ||

    वर्म काढुनी शरमायाला, उणे कुणाला बोलू नको
    बुडवाया दुसरयाचा ठेवा, करुनी हेवा झटू नको ||

    उगाच निंदा स्तुति कुणाची स्वहितासाठी करू नको
    बरी खुशामत शहाण्याची ही मूर्खाची मैत्री करू नको ||

    कष्टाची बरी भाजी भाकरी तुप साखरेची चोरी नको
    आल्या अतिथि मुठभर द्याया मागे पुढती पहु नको ||

    हिमायतीच्या बले गरिबाला तू गुरकावु नको
    दो दिवसाची जाइल सत्ता अपेश माथा घेवू नको ||

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