Monday, July 16, 2007


Links for 2007-07-16

  • Rising wages in India and lack of concern for quality haunt Indian outsourcing sector
    Preetam Sagar sheds light on the decreasing quality of outsourcing

  • Certified Software Appliance Architect
    Generally speaking, many software vendors make a mistake when proposing certification by coupling training curriculum to testing. One should be able to become certified without courses as the focus should be on competencies not attendance. Hopefully the folks at rPath will correct this

  • Hidden Costs of Offshoring
    I wonder if the failure rate offshoring to India is higher than other countries such as Canada or Brazil?

  • An Idiot's Guide to Best Practices
    The problem is many strategists are obsessed about yesterday’s competitive advantage. I am glad that others are starting to acknowledge that there is no such thing as best practices. Those that believe in them have created a Knowledge Crisis in IT

  • Losing Talent for No Good Reason
    Luckily Obama will win the presidency and displace bushitler and this practice will end

  • Hiring managers to make up for flawed developers?
    Managers are essential to software development if team sizes start growing, if for no other reason than to shield the developers from the politics around them so that they can get on with their jobs. But if you insert managers just for the purpose of making up for developers with bad social- and communication skills, more management won’t solve it.

  • Outsourcing to India? The cons of outsourcing to India
    When dealing with outsourcing companies in India, you will need to take steps to prevent yourself from becoming victimized.

  • Using your Blog to Change the World
    Good to see others believe in charitable causes

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