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[ale] An Indian perspective on Indian outsourcing
On Fri, 2004-01-30 at 15:16, Joe Knapka wrote:
> That is a very good point. I, for example, have very little concern
> about my job being offshored, because I have a lot of domain knowledge
> about a very specialized domain (automated traffic management), and my
> employer values that. If you've already got the IT skills, acquiring
> specialized domain knowledge is not that hard. You just have to pick
> the right domain, and be prepared to do some grunt-work while you
> acquire the necessary expertise.
> Thanks for the perspective, Vaidhy.
> -- Joe Knapka
That pretty much sums up my plan of action. I'm going to go back to
school and gestate myself into a GIS-related direction. GIS not only
has wide cross-industry applicability, but there are great opportunities
for Free Software in the field. I've decided that my IT management
career, at least as I've known it, is effectively over and my "domain
expertise," in whatever domain that may be, past, present or future, is
going to be my market differentiator.