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- Subject: Re: [OT] Re: South American Software Development
- From: John Devlin <jdevlin.lists@...>
- Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2008 18:41:24 -0700
It was the third point that surprised me, although I'm much less
surprised after reading Hisham's response. Thanks for your feedback
about the second point. The article left me with the impression it was
a consensus view.
On 31 Jan 2008, at 09:57 , Roberto Ierusalimschy wrote:
Three things caught my eye. One was the size and global reach of
American software community:
Another was the economic policies that helped create that pool of
The third was an observation about the Brazilian software development
community's purported 'rigid national boundaries':
I was surprised to read that. Perhaps it's inaccurate?
There are lots of information there. What bits (or chunks) do you
may be inaccurate?
(The second point in particular, as Fabio pointed out, is very
debatable, in the literal sense. Many people agree with it and many
people disagree. Those economic policies certainly helped in several
ways and harmed in several other ways.)