Natasha Humphreys, a laid-off software developer, says her story of overseas outsourcing and its impact is a "cautionary tale" for tech workers.
By ZDNet Staff
| May 3, 2004 -- 22:20 GMT (15:20 PDT)
| Topic: CXO
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