.Net shortage blog post unearths .Net deluge

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Following my blog post yesterday about the high demand for .Net skills in the UK I have been contacted by a plethora of companies offering their services.

The first thing to point out is that it was only an article about demand for .Net services and not a request for services.

Another thing that struck me about the ten people that contacted me was they were all based in India.

Is this because there is a shortage in the UK, or is this just because the article was not understood to be what it was, a blog post by a journalist. Could it be true that there are communication barriers between the UK and India?

If there is a shortage I think we could well see a lot of offshoring to India by UK businessess. I was offered rates as low as $10 per hour.

Any UK .Net experts out their?

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