Why not outsource software development to other countries ?
Joined: Sep 29, 2012
Okay everyone, I know this is a emotional issue and will not take sides on it. In my intern, I got $800 per month which is about 40-50,000 indian rupees. Now, I asked some friends from India and learned about developers who know more than me and can do a much better job than me, for
almost the same amount of money. With examples like these in mind and assuming that security/confidentiality is not critical, how can one even argue against outsourcing ?
To be honest, if I was involved in hiring, I would rather get an experienced guy for the Job than a beginner intern like myself for the same amount of money.
Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:I don't recall it being called nuclear napalm chile jelly in the past. Sounds... a little frightening.
The heat level of my recipe directly depends upon the balance of the chiles used to make the jelly -- this is the one that I know you've made. That base recipe calls for 50% red bell peppers and 50% hot chiles. This makes for a jelly that's got a good, but reasonable kick.
This particular batch I made with 100% hot chiles to see what that end of the spectrum would be like. "Nuclear napalm" is an apt description!
It's really too hot to be used as a straight-up jelly on things like English Muffins (which I love with the regular recipe), but it makes a superb glaze for roasted meats and fish.
(But I do have one friend who likes to eat it straight out of the jar -- but he's nuts.)
Pat Farrell wrote:Pumpkin pie from Jack-o-lantern pumpkins just are not right. Plus, running the pumpkin through the food mill to get out all the strings takes time and effort. So opening a can works a lot better.
My family would traditionally have both pumpkin and mince-meat pie this time of year. I liked minced-meat even better than pumpkin.
Be real careful here. Let's not start a pie war... When the moderators talk about pie, the majority are referring to fruit pies. I remember, many years ago, bringing up the subject of shepard's pie, which I really like, and got promptly shot down.