Looking for the Best Offshore Developers? Match Your Tech Stack to the Right Region

If, for example, you are looking for enterprise development skills such as .Net, C#, or Java you’ll definitely want to stick to regions with a mature IT outsourcing industry, strong university system, and some big players who are already outsourcing there such as IBM or Microsoft. The simple reason is that good enterprise developers will usually need to learn the ropes from inside a big, stable firm rather than a startup or a boutique shop.

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The Perfect Client-Vendor Match: How Much to Pay for Software Developers

How much to pay for software developers varies dramatically from region-to-region, vendor-to- vendor, and even from individual vendors sometimes. Prices are frequently adjusted based on the perceived quality of the client, the expected difficulty in working with them, and other factors. A tech-savvy client with an interesting project may pay 30% less than a newbie client with a boring job.

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156,000 Reasons to Learn to Code: Average SF Tech Salaries up 19%

VentureBeat is reporting an increase of almost 20% for tech salaries in San Francisco in 2013, to just more than $156,000 annually. And while IT salaries increased “only” 8% in Silicon Valley, the average annual wage was almost – wait for it – $200,000. Detroit and New York are starting from much lower bases but both cities are also seeing near-double-digit growth.

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