Third year volunteer, Toby Mackenzie, worked on redesigning the Bike Cleveland site with new features, such as a discussion forum, and had time to spare to work on a Web application for Cuyahoga Valley National Park Environmental Education Center. Read about his experience in his post, GiveCamp 2013..
Volunteer Etsuko Dunham is a WordPress developer who blogs in Japanese. You can read her post, GiveCamp 2013に参加して来たよ on her blog. Etsuko tells us she plans to update her English blog as well, but in the meantime you can get the gist of her post by using Google Translate.
Leadership Lorain County was one of this year’s non-profit participants. In their post, Thank You Cleveland GiveCamp, they write about their experience and the team that built their new website. .
During the rest of the year volunteers, David Welker and Steven Slopek develop carefully crafted software for their company, Byte Shredders. This year at GiveCamp, David worked on the new website for Heights Arts* while Steven’s team developed a mobile app for North Coast Community Homes. Loading themselves with coffee, they also stayed up until […]
Volunteer, Dan Nelson served as project manager for the new Malachi House website. Dan met with Mary Kay, the Director of Malachi House, before the event to learn more about the project and their goals, so they were well-prepared to get started on Friday evening. During the development process Dan also discovered how a change […]
Programmer, Jim M. Piller, worked on Team A to build a new site for Leadership Lorain County. The new site allows them to update content more easily and eliminates the costly editing charges they incurred on the old site. You can read about the process day by day in Jim’s posts. Cleveland GiveCamp 2013 – […]
Cleveland GiveCamp sponsor, Explorys, wrote about why they have supported GiveCamp (for three years) in their post, Explorys Proud to Sponsor Cleveland GiveCamp. Explorys employees support the cause as well—several will be volunteering their technical expertise during GiveCamp weekend.
I’ve been a GiveCamp volunteer for the past three years. My role seems to be that of a roving WordPress adviser, though I also pitch in with graphic design and social media work. In my post, Geeks on a boat coding for charity – Cleveland GiveCamp 2012, I reflect on GiveCamp 2012 and some of […]
In addition to volunteering for projects, Stuart Smith also serves on the Cleveland GiveCamp Steering Committee. In his post, Cleveland GiveCamp: Coding for Charity, he writes about his experience and includes links to posts from many other volunteers. .
NEOSA The COSE Technology Network is a loyal sponsor of Cleveland GiveCamp. They also conducted an interview with Cleveland GiveCamp that they share in the article, Five Questions With GiveCamp, which was published on the COSE blog.