The demand for programmers, coders and software engineers is so high, that no city, and no country is able to generate enough specialists locally.
Which leads to one conclusion - hiring developers across the globe isn’t radical, it isn’t a novel idea. It’s the new standard.
Outstaffing, among other methods of hiring, is becoming increasingly popular because it’s cost-effective and simple.
Software companies can benefit from outstaffing regardless of whether they’re building operating systems, focusing on web development, or crafting Android applications.
It is good for companies, as well as for developers. In this line of work, many people prefer to engage in various projects instead of settling for one job for a long time.