My trip to Mumbai and NASSCOMSteve Hamm
I'm heading off to Mumbai next week to participate in the annual NASSCOM technology leadership conference and do some reporting for BW stories. This is my second time at NASSCOM. I spoke there in February of 2001, just after India's version of the dot-com bubble burst. What I sensed then was a lot of disappointment and frustration. The Indian tech industry seemed always to be on the verge of greatness, but never reaching it. What a difference six years makes! The industry has grown up and is changing the rules of global competition in the tech services business.
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