I’ve had nothing but positive experiences with software development outsourcing in the past. I don’t understand why more companies aren’t utilizing the opportunities presented by domestic and international options. I realize that though there are moral issues that some people have with offshore Outsourcing, I don’t exactly follow these but if you do have these issues there are lots of domestic I was forcing issues that, there should be no reason to have a moral issue with. Honestly, I was horsing it’s just the way of increasing efficiency, even if it means that you have slightly fewer full-time staff, it just means that you’re increasing profit margins and adding to the market of Outsourcing vendors. The world is changing it, and it’s not all about having a home team at an office anymore, although that can still be a major part of your business and probably should be. But it is also about how you get other third parties to contribute specialized labor to your business in a way that adds extreme value your company, in a way that just hiring new people simply cannot do. That is what I’m talking about, and that is what I find to be very important about this type of Labor distribution and way of working. I think that it’s especially true with software engineers and programmers, as many third parties are forming to fill specific niches within the market. That’s just the way that the adaptation to the current thing is going, so if you don’t think that you want to participate in this sort of thing, you should change your mind because that is simply the direction is going and it’s not going to turn back anytime soon. It’s been moving this way since the nineteen fifties and I am amazed that some people still don’t recognize that this is the State of Affairs that we work today.