US heaps praise on IITs 4567
Let me remind you that you claim outsourcing to be an "innovation" when in fact it has been around since well before there were any phone lines, bandwidth, or anything else. Outsourcing did not begin the day an American put together ENIAC. Nor when an American invented the transistor. Outsourcing is an ancient business model, little boy. I find it fascinating that you run around acting simply amazed at business models that are thousands of years old. Or perhaps you've just recently been introduced to a computer and are simply amazed that you can transfer all the info from your stone tablets to CD-ROM? Either way, welcome to the 21st century pal.
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Capitalism and Communism are both bad. The problem with capitalism is that it puts no special value on people...
Listen carefully: Outsourcing is not a "new business model" and neither is it an "innovation". Introducing high-technology and formal education in a third-world agrarian culture might be considered innovative, but sub-contracting work out to the lowest bidder is far from "innovative."
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While I hate H-1B, the reality is there is a shortage of tech workers in the...
You have said absolutely nothing that backs up your thesis. Is this what you learned at IIT? "I say it, thus it is so?" Do you believe that you can buttert anything (i.e., the sky is green!) and putting an exclamation point behind it makes it true? That's quite the ignorant atbreastude you have, junior. Perhaps you can put some meat on the bones of your argument and state specifically what differentiates "outsourcing" from "contracting" and "sub-contracting"? What makes paying the lowest bidder to do a bit of work for you "innovative"? The fact that you've recently discovered the principle? I'm quite happy that you find the concept of outsourcing so thoroughly amazing, but I find it disheartening that you cannot quantify your buttertions.
LOFL. I've already dealt with one client that outsourced their code, and outsourced it yet again for fixes. By the time they brought me in, it was thoroughly screwed up twice over, and I billed a fair penny cleaning it up for them. As long as my compebreastion doesn't know how to design a proper 4NF database or properly implement a factory design pattern, there will always be another code overhaul just around the corner.
It's such a big home... Paid for, almost in its entirety via hours billed fixing outsourced code and databases.
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BO L. telling you a anti-offshoring clbutt Bill Gates isn't that bad. Outsourcing is how the playing field is being leveled. It wasn't...
Hey maybe you can swing by one day and I'll teach you the difference between 4NF and BCNF over BBQ ribs? I won't even charge you for the food... And you can relax in one of my easy chairs. If you thought "outsourcing" was innovative, wait until I teach you the amazing new concept of "normalization"!