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  1. #1
    Peter Eisenburger
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    Default NOF development team

    Looking at the latest big improvements and enhancements to NetObjects
    Fusion beginning with release 9.1 I have the impression that development
    has not only been scaled up but has moved to another team.

    Just curious and maybe this is under non-disclosure - still Romania?

    Peter

  2. #2
    james beatz
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    Default Re: NOF development team


    They moved to india!


  3. #3
    Peter Eisenburger
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    Default Re: NOF development team

    james beatz wrote:
    > They moved to india!


    That was my thought (Infosys?). Sorry for the jobs in the US and Europe
    but it seems we get excellent value.

    I only wonder if they will manage to open the HTML code. Given the
    architecture of NOF it's not possible. But I'm no software engineer.
    Maybe there will be ways.

    P.


  4. #4
    Ovidiu Podisor
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    well, I'm happy to report that no jobs were lost in Europe, and more will be
    created ...

    "Peter Eisenburger" <peter@eisenburger.de> wrote in message
    news:ekmpfa$61p7@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > james beatz wrote:
    >> They moved to india!

    >
    > That was my thought (Infosys?). Sorry for the jobs in the US and Europe
    > but it seems we get excellent value.
    >
    > I only wonder if they will manage to open the HTML code. Given the
    > architecture of NOF it's not possible. But I'm no software engineer. Maybe
    > there will be ways.
    >
    > P.
    >




  5. #5
    Peter Eisenburger
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    Default Re: NOF development team

    Ovidiu Podisor wrote:
    > well, I'm happy to report that no jobs were lost in Europe, and more will be
    > created ...


    Thank you, Ovidiu. I heard it from another source also that it remained
    the same team

    Best regards and thank you for doing a good job.

    Peter


    >
    > "Peter Eisenburger" <peter@eisenburger.de> wrote in message
    > news:ekmpfa$61p7@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> james beatz wrote:
    >>> They moved to india!

    >> That was my thought (Infosys?). Sorry for the jobs in the US and Europe
    >> but it seems we get excellent value.
    >>
    >> I only wonder if they will manage to open the HTML code. Given the
    >> architecture of NOF it's not possible. But I'm no software engineer. Maybe
    >> there will be ways.
    >>
    >> P.
    >>

    >
    >


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