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Re: Cisco moves even more to china.
Hmm..we're flooded by CCNA's and CCNP's that often hardly know how logon to a router as it is, so this will probably add a lot more, a bit like the MCSE craze a few years ago ;-) When they say training thousands of students, they're not talking thousands of CCIE-level specialists that actually know what they're doing. If anything it looks like we should feel sorry for people working production for Cisco since it looks like production will be completely based in China in the not too far future. Cheers, Erik On Fri, 2004-09-24 at 01:49, Nicole wrote: > > Lovely, Just lovely. Just heard On CNN, Lou Dobbs. (but can't find it on > their site) > > During a Beijing news conference John Chambers (Cisco CEO) Says "We believe in > giving something back and truly becoming a Chineese company." "China will > become the IT center or the world" "China will become the largest economy in the > world." > > CNN Reports: Cisco is investing 32 Million into Changi and is training > 10's of thousands of Chineese university students in Cisco technology. > > > So.. I guess we will be cranking out those H1b's...Plan to kiss your raises > and or jobs bye bye to some specialized cheap imported Cisco trained networking > person from China. > > > *SIGH* > > > Nicole > > > -- > |\ __ /| (`\ > | o_o |__ ) ) > // \\ > - nmh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx - Powered by FreeBSD - > ------------------------------------------------------ > "The term "daemons" is a Judeo-Christian pejorative. > Such processes will now be known as "spiritual guides" > - Politicaly Correct UNIX Page > > Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and > looks like work. > - Thomas Edison > > "Microsoft isn't evil, they just make really crappy operating systems." > - Linus Torvalds -- --- Erik Haagsman Network Architect We Dare BV tel: +31.10.7507008 fax: +31.10.7507005 http://www.we-dare.nl