The number of usability professionals in India has grown considerably these last few years. The demand in Asia has exceeded supply, and the future looks even more user-friendly. Even as I write this article on the growth of usability professionals in India, somewhere in the US, Microsoft is transferring $1.7 billion dollars to the Indian subcontinent. Sweet. Following the lead of global technology giants such as Cisco and Intel, Microsoft's chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates recently announced his plans to raise the head count in India from 4,000 to 7,000 by 2008. It has taken a while,…
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