David Linthicum writes a compelling piece in infoworld.com, suggesting that there seems to be more cloud construction projects than there is talent to support them.
The demand has exploded for those who understand how to build clouds. However, you have pretty much the same number of cloud-experienced architects being chased by an increasing number of talent seekers. Something has to give, and that will be quality and innovation as organizations settle for what they can get versus what they need.
You can read his article in its entirety here. What do you think? Does demand outweigh the talent available? Will something give? Is David right?