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Submission + - ZocDoc's response to Expensify's blog post (

nganju writes: ZocDoc, a .Net-based startup with $20 million in funding, posted a rebuttal to Expensify's blog post about not hiring .Net programmers. ZocDoc lists the reasons why .Net programmers are in fact as good as programmers on different platforms.

Comment Re:Supply? Demand? (Score 3, Insightful) 84

It's already profitable. The credit crunch has quashed new centers from being built because the credit markets are frozen due to irrational fears, something the supply/demand model does not account for. When the space dwindles the new centers will be built but there's a lag, it's not instant, also something supply/demand models do not account for. Let's leave the Econ 101 classroom theory alone and take a look at the real world.

Comment Re:Their site, their right. (Score 5, Funny) 202

Totally agree with you. Especially because as soon as you upload anything to the internet you've pretty much waived any of your content rights you had.

Now when I say that I don't mean it in the legal sense but in the realistic practical sense. Anything digital is pirated and shared.

We even have karma whores that copy & paste other peoples insightful comments.

We all agree on the necessity of compromise. We just can't agree on when it's necessary to compromise. -- Larry Wall