Come on, it's cheaper! Indian programmers for a bottle of vodka ...
Once upon a time, in the fabulous country of the USSR, almost everything could be gotten for a bottle of vodka. Its price - "three sixty two" - was a magic number. At some point, it became 4.12, and then perestroika began and prices began to change often and a lot, but still 3.62 sounded a long magic number for the ear of any ex-Soviet (and now Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Kazakh, Estonian , Uzbek ...) citizen.
Today in Google mail I found this ad here:
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I dare To quote: “Quality Indian Net programmers starting at $ 3.36 per hour! It's simple!"
I don’t even know what to say ... probably I will not say anything. Although the figure was struck not only by the discrepancy even with the existing offshore programmer market (say, Ukrainian programmers cost about $ 20-25 per hour), but also by their proximity to the Soviet magic number.
Distracting from the topic, today we walked on maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=101948293244517762899.000437d4f790fcd61fb37&ll=47.44652, -121.701264 & spn = 0.009781,0.018883 & z = 16 & om = 1 »target = _blank mce_href =« maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=101948293244517762899.000437d4f790fcd61fb37&ll=47.44652 , -121.701264 & spn = 0.009781,0.018883 & z = 16 & om = 1 ”> Twin Falls (the Twin Waterfalls) the forest park and made a bunch of new photos:
Upper Waterfall (removed from the bridge above it, being on which the first thought is what to fly down far ...):
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Lower Falls (had to glue two photos - he simply did not fit into one frame completely):
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A very, very old tree ... In the photo this is not to be estimated, but this thin Christmas tree to the right of it (the thinnest in the frame) is about one and a half to two girths.
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And this actually river that flows through waterfalls:
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