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Coding culture : Bangalore's software industry / film by Gautam Sonti in collaboration with Carol Upadhya.

Contributor(s): Sonti, Gautam [direction,, editing.] | Upadhya, Carol, 1956- [narration.] | National Institute of Advanced Studies (Bangalore, India).
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: New Delhi : Under Construction an initiative of Magic Lantern Foundation, 2006Description: 1 (DVD) (ca. 92 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Subject(s): Computer programmers -- India -- Bangalore -- Attitudes | Computer software industry -- Employees -- India -- Bangalore | Information technology -- Management -- Social aspects -- India -- BangaloreGenre/Form: Nonfiction films.DDC classification:
Contents:
The "M" way : time + people = money (30 min.) -- Fun@Sun: making of global workplace (32 min.) -- July boys: new global players (30 min.).
Production Credits: Interviewer and principal researcher Carol Upadhya ; executive producer A.R. Vasavi.
Summary: The three films explore the culture of outsourced work and the molding of a workforce for the global high-tech services industry. Each film focuses on one of the major types of software companies located in Bangalore. Fun@sun provides an inside look at Indian Engineering Centre (the subsidiary of American company Sun Microsystems), and highlights the way American-style management practices are transplanted to India. The 'M' way depicts the high-pressure, customer-centric work culture of MphasiS Limited, an Indian IT services company. July Boys was shot at July Systems, a new kind of venture capital-funded, high-end startup company in Bangalore.
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DVD DVD Indian Institute for Human Settlements, Bangalore
A00184 (Browse shelf) C16 Available A00184
DVD DVD Indian Institute for Human Settlements, Bangalore
A00018 (Browse shelf) C18 Available A00018

Copyright notice on film: NIAS

The "M" way : time + people = money (30 min.) -- Fun@Sun: making of global workplace (32 min.) -- July boys: new global players (30 min.).

Interviewer and principal researcher Carol Upadhya ; executive producer A.R. Vasavi.

The three films explore the culture of outsourced work and the molding of a workforce for the global high-tech services industry. Each film focuses on one of the major types of software companies located in Bangalore. Fun@sun provides an inside look at Indian Engineering Centre (the subsidiary of American company Sun Microsystems), and highlights the way American-style management practices are transplanted to India. The 'M' way depicts the high-pressure, customer-centric work culture of MphasiS Limited, an Indian IT services company. July Boys was shot at July Systems, a new kind of venture capital-funded, high-end startup company in Bangalore.

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