“ Wonderful organization! ”
— Andre M. on Jul 25, 2015.
“ Great group of people... Glad to be a member. ”
— Andrew L. on Oct 19, 2014.
“ I Love you guys. I'll sure to look out for more of your events. ”
— Kerry B. on Oct 18, 2014.
“ Just another mind-blowing group of techies. You know how it is. ”
— Candida H. on Apr 17, 2014.
“ Very good. ”
— Aviv R. on Apr 16, 2014.
“ Very interesting people, talking about some very interesting stuff ”
— Anya M. on Mar 20, 2014.
“ Nice group for finding people with shared interests. ”
— David K. on Feb 26, 2014.
“ The best meetup in NYC (IMO) ”
— Evan M. on Jan 18, 2014.
“ Love DfG! ”
— Dave H. on Nov 14, 2013.
“ Devs for Good is a great way to use your software/web development skills for helping and giving back to the community. ”
— Karan K. on Sep 25, 2013.
“ Great. ”
— Mph on Aug 30, 2013.
“ I love Devs for Good. ”
— baerbelleksa on Jul 17, 2013.
“ Awesome! the interactions were personal and heart felt. ”
— anupam on Jul 17, 2013.
“ Helpful, inspiring and generous with the technical insights! ”
— Edward F. on Jan 30, 2013.
“ A+ all around. What better than to combine technical know-how with social benefits! Every techie should be a part of this group if he cares about the greater good. ”
— LadyCatherineA on Jun 19, 2012.
“ I think it's a step in the right direction. ”
— Ipsan G. on Feb 11, 2012.
“ The name says it all, they are about doing good and even if they cannot help you with your project they will give you ideas. ”
— Tasha on May 13, 2011.
“ A great group. Can't wait to see it pick up more steam. ”
— Sean T. on Apr 30, 2011.
“ This is an extremely knowledgeable and helpful group of tech developers who clearly have an interest in social change beyond their own contributions. Also, where else can you find developers willing to donate their time and share their expertise at absolutely no cost? ”
— Minal B. on Mar 31, 2010.
“ To give to others who may not be as fortunate. ”
— Clemens H. on Mar 31, 2010.
“ Honestly I thought they were one of the same ”
— CHris Kayode S. on Dec 11, 2013.
“ The idea is great. Hats off to Vanessa for creating it (and keeping it going - so many meetup groups wither after initial enthusiasm). One suggestion is to find a different way to organize the discussions following the intro round. Currently is somewhat catch-as-catch-can chaos and each time some people I would have liked to talk to have left before I got to that side of the table. Perhaps something like dance card concept with 10 minute mixer to get on each others dance cards followed by 4 or so 10/15 minute time slots for one-on-one discussion. Another suggestion is a questionaire to fill out in advance online (one for orgs looking for help and one for those offering help). It is hard to really understand where people are at and needing or are able to contribute in a short introductory round table. Some are better/less good at presenting their situation in short time than others. Perhaps some people could set up for dance card slot before meetup based on questionnaire. ”
— Bill G. on Jun 14, 2012.