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Nor are we the only ones. Another major Open Source player, NetBSD
(www.netbsd.org) are in Canada for similar reasons, and there are lots of
non-US companies competing well in those markets.
The US company RSA Data Security opened an Australian office partly to
hire a couple of well-known Aussie programmers, but apparently mainly
to be able to export product without dealing with the State Dep't.
Wired coverage was: http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,17185,00.html
So, at least in some fields, almost anywhere is a better place to work
than the US.
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