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Fujitsu Labs: Is Trend Open-Source or Cloud-Labor?

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8th annual Fujitsu Labs event.
(Source: EE Times, Magnus Thordarson)
8th annual Fujitsu Labs event.
(Source: EE Times, Magnus Thordarson)

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Cloud Labor for Sure
DrFPGA   6/7/2014 6:29:59 PM
When code can be purchase from anywhere in the world we do end up with low-cost cloud-based coders competing with everyone in the world. The new below minimum wage trend just like the traditional agricultural work and fast food servers. Fast code anyone?

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Culture transformation - how difficult?
_hm   6/7/2014 5:55:53 PM
This looks big culture transformation. How much agility can be demonstrated by close culture  organization like Fujitsu.

Will they really be able to change or will get more confused?

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