Well, what can I say about software development outsourcing other than the fact that it has been an absolutely effective method and getting stuff done for me and my organisation. I don’t know if I can give it more Sterling recommendation that, but that is basically the best thing that I can say. Using a trusted domestic software developer did wonders for my company and our productivity. I know it’s just a small business, and many people doubted when I started speaking of my want to begin Outsourcing, but, I have to say, the results speak for themselves absolutely. I don’t think there’s any better way I could have gotten my software developed, and I would recommend this to everyone I know who runs any type of business of any size. If you run a business that is perpetually pinching pennies, you should consider doing offshore Outsourcing. I know what you’re thinking, that’s unethical, except it’s not. In today’s global economy, many of the biggest corporations and businesses in the world have some aspect of their business perform their offshore Outsourcing. It’s just the nature of business these days, and you would be foolish not to capitalize. I’m not suggesting anything unethical at all. I’m suggesting pay good wages to people and these countries. The only difference is that our definition of a good wage is slower there because our dollar goes a lot further. So, if you’re paying a high-end, top quality software engineer in India, the demand that is equivalent to the demand here, would be like paying a recent graduate from an American University who has no real-world experience and limited skills. Does that make sense? We’re paying the less, but relative to their economy and what they’re spending that money on, we’re actually paying more. So it’s a win-win. And, if you just need some low quality work done, you can get it done for dirt cheap. Either way, outsourcing is the way to go.
Archive: March 2017
This Elektroroller is such a simple machine, the electric motor is virtually without any need for maintenance ever, and it’s integrated in the rear wheel, and it is substantially cleaner than any engine that runs on any petrochemicals or oil or gas. They designed this on purpose. You can give it an all sorts of cities. Stuttgart, Berlin (east and west), Dortmund, Dusseldorf, Frankfort, and more.I think that it is very important to be environmentally responsible but also to have a good time. When I was in Germany recently, I couldn’t help but notice that the electric scooter craze had taken on an amazing form. It was the UNU that had a really, really impressed me. I examined this scooter, and I saw that it was clean in every way possible. It runs only on electricity, nothing else, absolutely nothing else. This means that there is no pollution. There’s no exhaust. Exhaust is one of the worst things, considering it comes from every vehicle all the time, and it is constantly polluting the environment. Whenever I’m in traffic, stuck in traffic specifically, and I see all of the vehicles running, all of them shooting off all sorts of toxic gases into the environment, I always feel guilty that I’m also contributing to this horrible pollution. Vehicles like this scooter don’t make that a problem. They are simple and they don’t run on any pollution. I think this is very very important. There’s no oil or gas or anything like that, it’s all electricity. And the battery that it comes with comes in a little container, and it can be charged inside. That means that you can even bring your battery with you if you’re going to have a very long day of, or a couple of days, and you can plug in whenever you go inside for a coffee. This is so rare, and there are very few businesses doing this.