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Philippine Coders

From: Ramon G.
Sent on: Monday, February 25, 2013 11:08 PM
Hi,

I got several inquiries about web coders and developers I use in the Philippines, so I'm just sending this out as a resource. I hope I'm not breaking protocol and apologize if I am.

Orlando Ureta Jr. <[address removed]>
Basically 2-guys with day jobs. You'll need to do your own project management. Mostly use them for basic web updates and creating wordpress sites out of Photoshop files. Very affordable.

Francis L <[address removed]>
Recently left a bigger company to start his own web coding company so they're hungry. Has a small team. More complicated websites and I believe they do apps.

Kristian Pura <[address removed]>
A larger fully-staffed company that can pretty much do everything web related, data-driven site, apps, custom code, you name it. Working with them on a national services ratings aggregator.

Also, in case you need a VA

Rietzchel Arellano <[address removed]>
Runs a small complement of virtual assistants. They do all my project management, client servicing and dealings with vendors. I have been very very happy with them!  Full-time college educated assistants with excellent English skills starts at around $400 a month based on experience. Great for start-ups, I think.

In all cases, feel free to drop my name. Personal connections & referrals go a long way with Filipinos.

I saw some comments about outsourcing overseas, but I subscribe to a bigger picture...a truly global economy. And yes, I am Filipino but grew up here.

Take care!

Ramon Gil
Fresh Concentrate LLC
http://www.freshc.com
http://ramongil.typepad.com
212.754.9251

On Feb 25, 2013, at 12:00 PM, Marqui Mapp wrote:

Hi Ramon,

I'm also looking for a company to complete a web project for me. If you could recommend a couple of great companies, that would be great.

Thanks,

Marqui


On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 11:24 AM, Ramon Gil <[address removed]> wrote:
If anyone's interested, I've been very happy with some developers out of the Philippines. Less of a culture/language gap.

Let me know if you'd like referral/contact info to a few. 

Ramon Gil

On Feb 25, 2013, at 11:04 AM, Bianca <[address removed]> wrote:

I think it really depends on what kind of work you're trying to get done. I would ask for references, and never hand over the entire project at once. Instead, begin with smaller projects to see how they do, and hope that this "trial period" will teach you about their company's working style. They're not all bad, but the onus is on you to make sure the project stays on track - which would mean requiring weekly or bi-weekly updates at the very least.

If you need any referrals, I know a couple of reputable companies (again, this would be depending on the kind of work you want to outsource).

-Bianca


On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 10:44 AM, K. Lane <[address removed]> wrote:
Good Morning Everyone,

I'm sure this question gets asked from time-to-time: does anyone have experience using Indian programmers/coders.  I'm bootstrapping right now, have tried the "sweat equity" route to find a coder/programmer, and it hasn't really gone well.
At this point, in order to develop a minimum viable product, I'm willing to scrape up funds from somewhere and just outsource the job overseas.

Thanks,

Kimberly

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