Indian firm hiring programmers in the U.S.

Post by Scott Vlaminck

This is interesting: Indian software development firm Wipro is planning to hire 500 programmers in the U.S.

The company has stated that their decision was based on whether they wanted to compete on price or on quality (as well as some other factors – including politics, since defense contracts can typically only be awarded to firms doing the work here in the states).

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believes software development is more about people than technology; believes in agile processes; software developer, engineer, designer, architect, or whatever they're calling us these days; enjoys discussing software design; working on a program to write other programs (but it hasn't written itself yet).
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