May 21, 2012 :: rayogram hosts CiviCRM co-working
rayogram hosts CiviCRM co-working on Monday, May 21st.
We have hosted four CiviCRM MeetUps in New York City so far this year with interesting case studies presented by developers and organizations all around the country (see a complete list with links to case studies below).
Getting more ambitious - we are going to replace our monthly CiviCRM MeetUps with CiviCRM co-working on the third Monday of every month and invite CiviCRM users throughout the region. This will be a great opportunity for both new and experienced developers, consultants and organizations to work side-by-side and mentor one another. We will continue to include a case study presentation over lunch.
We imagine freelancers would love to find reliable Wi-Fi and A/C in the coming months, while people working full time might have to pitch working off-site as a day of "CiviCRM professional development".
We'll host our first CiviCRM co-working day on Monday, May 21st (@ rayogram 79 Leonard #5 between Church and Broadway).
Please register in advance so we know how many people to expect.
If you missed our MeetUps earlier this year, here are the case studies presented (with links to the case studies themselves):
April: Stuart Gaston (Korlon LLC) shared The U.S. Capital Page Alumni Association's CiviCRM/Wordpress deployment
March: Kellie Brownell, donor relations coordinator of The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) demonstrated how EFF uses the open source technology CiviCRM in conunction with Salsa to sustain its role as the leading organization defending civil liberties in the digital world.
February: Jeff Porter from Foundation For Prader-Willi Research discussing their peer-to-peer fundraising solution using CiviCRM Personal Campaign Pages
January: Dave Greenberg from the core team joined us via Skype as we talked with Occupy Wall Street tech ops about how CiviCRM might help establish an infrastructure for the Occupy movement's CRM needs.