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This is interesting information. It seems there is always more outsourcing being done in software development. I worked in Shanghai, China recently, and I was with a company that was hiring about 30 software engineers each week doing contract work for AutoDesk. I was impressed at how quickly the engineers caught on after only three months of training. Even though their college educations weren't nearly as rigorous as American engineers, they were able to quickly catch on to .NET and other technologies they had to use to compete. Are we going to see the end of software development in the U.S.?
Not as long as there's wndows and a-l, eh? (with uncounted built in needs to be addressed).
btw, 20 some years ago, when i was a pgmr, i noticed that business pgmrs took, or said it took, 3 weeks to do something that only took 3 days actually; or said 3 months for something that only took 5 days; or said it would take 2 days for something that took like 3 minutes... anyone else notice these days?
..that was business(for money or prestige) pgmrs.
nerds or selftaught geeks simply learned/did it quickly and went on - (when money or job security wasn't involved).
p.s. since this is my first post, if it's in the wrong place, just delete.
trust no man, prayerfully test everything, again and again and again.