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  • CONCACAF Semi-Finals | Informatech CR Blog
    RSL fans are pretty excited about it Personally I have been hoping for this match up for several weeks now and watching to make sure that Saprissa advanced along with RSL After watching Saprissa beat Olimpia last night I immediately booked my flight to Costa Rica so I can attend the match in April Of course I will be in Salt Lake for Game 1 on March 15th cheering RSL on Sorry Saprissa fans And I will be wearing my 15 jersey Saborio Anyone that wishes to join me at the stadium April 5th is welcome but just know that I will be the one guy in the stands cheering for the guys in Red Blue See you all very soon Phil Share this Email Facebook Twitter Like this Like Loading Related March 4 2011 by pjpalm801 Categories Costa Rica Informatech News Leave a comment Post navigation New Additions to the Family A Fable For Management The Ill Informed Walrus Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out

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  • Outsourcing offshore: Costa Rica, where are we? | Informatech CR Blog
    reduce costs India is still country 1 in the top of offshore service providers around world However in the recent years some other countries have started to grow and follow it very close like China Philippines Ireland India bests Costa Rica in most of the decision criteria according to Gartner studios but I would say it is because of the proportion of people for example if 20 of Indian citizens speak English it represent more than 200 million people So they have more English speaking people However Costa Rican accent is more familiar for the US people India graduates about 300 000 software developers every year while Costa Rican public universities receive every year only about 400 people So their employment pool is definitively wider than Costa Rican However some companies that have experience with both India and Costa Rica say ticos are more proactive I think it is hard to compare it because of the huge proportional differences between the two countries We found cases of US companies that went to India failed and then came to Costa Rica and succeed We also found cases of companies that currently have services offshore in both countries with success they decide countries according to each specific need Costa Rica has experienced a great increment as an offshore provider in the recent years and today is part of the 7 Latin America countries that are part of the top 30 world countries to contract offshore services according to Gartner As an advantage Costa Rica is located in a geographical strategic location pretty close to time zone of most of North America and easy and cheap to travel Also Costa Rican pronunciation is very friendly for US people professionals here are proactive dedicated have willing to learn to improve and to grow those

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  • Poll: Favorite Vacation Spot in Costa Rica | Informatech CR Blog
    valleys Then Regarding beaches 1 Guanacaste s and the best is Conchal 2 Limon s Punta Uva Manzanillo Cahuita beautiful places 3 Pacifico Central just because of Manuel Antonio 4 Pacifico Sur Bahía Ballena Regarding Mountains and valleys 1 Zona norte Fortuna Arenal 2 Monteverde Rio Celeste 3 Chirripo 4 Mountains Volcano s near central Valley Reply Ariel says October 29 2010 at 10 33 am It s a tough one Each one of those places has their own thing But I would have to choose Guanacaste Playa Minas is the best Reply pjpalm801 says October 29 2010 at 7 51 pm Sue and I have been to Arenal Guanacaste Conchal Manuel Antonio and I have been to Jaco As far as our favorite it s probably Guanacaste only because we re big fans of all inclusive resorts As far as relaxing Arenal was pretty great And as far as seeing monkeys and enjoying the views of the Pacific we really loved Manuel Antonio What should we do next time hint Sue loves white sandy beaches Reply Leave a Reply to Ricardo Sanchez Cancel reply Enter your comment here Please log in using one of these methods to post your

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  • Poll: Favorite Vacation Spot in Costa Rica | Informatech CR Blog
    Regarding beaches 1 Guanacaste s and the best is Conchal 2 Limon s Punta Uva Manzanillo Cahuita beautiful places 3 Pacifico Central just because of Manuel Antonio 4 Pacifico Sur Bahía Ballena Regarding Mountains and valleys 1 Zona norte Fortuna Arenal 2 Monteverde Rio Celeste 3 Chirripo 4 Mountains Volcano s near central Valley Reply Ariel says October 29 2010 at 10 33 am It s a tough one Each one of those places has their own thing But I would have to choose Guanacaste Playa Minas is the best Reply pjpalm801 says October 29 2010 at 7 51 pm Sue and I have been to Arenal Guanacaste Conchal Manuel Antonio and I have been to Jaco As far as our favorite it s probably Guanacaste only because we re big fans of all inclusive resorts As far as relaxing Arenal was pretty great And as far as seeing monkeys and enjoying the views of the Pacific we really loved Manuel Antonio What should we do next time hint Sue loves white sandy beaches Reply Leave a Reply to Ariel Cancel reply Enter your comment here Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment Email required

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  • Poll: Favorite Vacation Spot in Costa Rica | Informatech CR Blog
    Then Regarding beaches 1 Guanacaste s and the best is Conchal 2 Limon s Punta Uva Manzanillo Cahuita beautiful places 3 Pacifico Central just because of Manuel Antonio 4 Pacifico Sur Bahía Ballena Regarding Mountains and valleys 1 Zona norte Fortuna Arenal 2 Monteverde Rio Celeste 3 Chirripo 4 Mountains Volcano s near central Valley Reply Ariel says October 29 2010 at 10 33 am It s a tough one Each one of those places has their own thing But I would have to choose Guanacaste Playa Minas is the best Reply pjpalm801 says October 29 2010 at 7 51 pm Sue and I have been to Arenal Guanacaste Conchal Manuel Antonio and I have been to Jaco As far as our favorite it s probably Guanacaste only because we re big fans of all inclusive resorts As far as relaxing Arenal was pretty great And as far as seeing monkeys and enjoying the views of the Pacific we really loved Manuel Antonio What should we do next time hint Sue loves white sandy beaches Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment Email required Address

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  • A New Week, A New Blog | Informatech CR Blog
    been happening since our last chat Well thanks for asking Here we go If you haven t noticed I have become a HUGE soccer fan this year Sure it s only MLS soccer but it s all we have ReAL Salt Lake happens to be the defending MLS champions and Sue and I have Lions 100 club season tickets It s true we ve become HUGE fans of ReAL Salt Lake and soccer Our team has the chance to win the Supporters Cup this season and have the best record in MLS for 2010 At the same time we have qualified for the CONCACAF tournament and have high hopes Of course we are led by our best player 15 Alvaro Saborio a Tico for RLS He happens to be rocking the MLS this season and all Salt Lakers hope that he will sign a long term contract to stay with RLS for many years to come So if you are a Tico you ve gotta become a RSL fan Forgive and forget Sabo has become a Utahn Embrace it If you are a Utahn you need to learn to appreciate soccer or futbol I mean the rest of the freaking world loves this sport it s about time you learn to love it too Go Sabo So ReAL Salt Lake Pura Vida Share this Email Facebook Twitter Like this Like Loading Related October 18 2010 by pjpalm801 Categories Costa Rica Leave a comment Post navigation Thanksgiving in Costa Rica The Web is Dead Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter

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  • canopy1 | Informatech CR Blog
    Thanksgiving in Costa Rica Next Related Post a comment or leave a trackback Trackback URL Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using

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  • canopy2 | Informatech CR Blog
    402 in Thanksgiving in Costa Rica Previous Next Related Post a comment or leave a trackback Trackback URL Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You

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