What we're about

To the people who build, design, and contribute to all things on the world wide web,

We’re a community working to revitalize the creative, technical, and professional culture of those who build things for the internet in and around the Cleveland area.

Whether you’re a designer, developer, founder, copywriter, maker, marketeer, or anything in between, we're bringing people together from different disciplines to inspire new ideas, improve our skillsets, create friendships, and help each other get better at what we do.

We meet each month in an informal setting that encourages the sharing of ideas with others in the industry. We'll explore the ideas of companies and individuals in the Cleveland area that are making their impact online.

Sometimes, that means hopping to different offices in the area to learn more about the story of a local business. Other times, it's a social roundup at one of our many local breweries. Either way, you'll always leave having learned something new or made a new connection.

By joining and participating in this group, you agree to adhere to our Code of Conduct. (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iB-FWL5nKNP6E--EZunISMalRa7k11JKgVPnc9mbghQ/edit?usp=sharing)

Join us, will ya?

Upcoming events (2)

Ch-ch-changes: Overhauling Tech at the Rock Hall

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While most museums slowed down during the pandemic, the folks at the Rock Hall used that time to be productive. It was time to gut all of their legacy systems and implement new scalable, flexible systems. From email marketing, to ticketing, to e-commerce and CRM, no (rolling) stone was left unturned.

In this one-of-a-kind session, you’ll hear from Ben Nyx, Director of Software Development at the Rock Hall, who will share stories from the trenches on what it takes to transform the tech stack of an entire museum and organization.

You’ll also get a sneak preview of the radical improvements they’ve got in store for a brand new visitor experience and their upcoming 100-million dollar building expansion. Trust us…. it’ll…. wait for it…. should I…? rock.
Ben Nyx, Director of Software Development at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Manages the software and web development team. He programs and designs interactives, websites, digital signage, and creates and connects APIs.

With a BFA in Computer Animation and a minor in Sculpture, Ben is a creative problem solver. Over the past 6 years Ben has transformed the Rock Hall. He was the driving force behind The Garage exhibit, the most popular exhibit the Rock Hall has ever had.

Utilizing personal identification systems Ben is tailoring experiences for each visitor and giving them the ability to express themselves through user generated content. From Blockchain, to designing circuit boards, to 3D printing, Ben is a digital renaissance man.
Thursday, August[masked]

🚪 5:00pm – Doors open
🎤 6:00pm – Ben takes the Mic
💬 6:40pm – Q+A and Wrap-up
🍻 7:00pm – Reception in Beer Garden
🚗 8:00pm – AfterHours at Nuevo Modern Mexican & Tequila Bar

1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard
Cleveland, Ohio 44114

Here's a link to the Google map so you can find it easily: https://goo.gl/maps/zqWKeDzYYvfrBq1F9

Please see this parking map for assistance on parking decisions.

What to Bring
pens, field notes, questions, laptops, some cash, comments, feedback, and a smile are all acceptable companions

Food + Drink
We'll be meeting for a drink after the event in the outdoor beer garden.

Important to Know
You must RSVP to gain entrance to this event. Guests without an RSVP will be turned away. You've been warned!

The venue is on the first floor and is a handicap-accessible event space.

Call for Volunteers
Want to make sure great events like this continue to happen? Drop us a line and let us know your idea for how you might be able to help out. Yes, that means you!

Cleveland Technology Social at Terrestrial Brewing Co.

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What is This?
Cleveland tech/startup community: Join us for casual networking and re-connecting with your fellow humans, accompanied by some of the finest beverages this city has to offer! No big agenda, no KPIs, just community members re-building community the old fashioned way.

About the Organizers:
This is a 100% community-led event, which means a few people got together and decided to organize something to get us back together in person. This also means that we're totally going rogue: no organizations, no sponsors, andddd no official space rental. :)

This means we will be sharing the space with the public, and we're all ready to cover our own bar tabs (but if you're feeling generous and would like to buy a beverage for another human, we'd love that!).

Who's This For?
All those involved in or interested in meeting others from the local tech/startup community are welcome. No exclusions!

What Should I Bring?
A positive attitude and excitement for seeing some familiar faces and meeting new ones.

What Shouldn't I Bring?
(1) Your sales pitch. We're here to learn what we've all been up to the past few years and build genuine connections, not sell stuff (this time). We're sure there are other events for that. :)
(2) Your complaints. We all know there's work to be done in the community, but we're in this together. Positive vibes only plz.

Anything Else?
Just a reminder that while food and drink will be available, it's on you! Also please be kind to our amazing hosts at Terrestrial who are graciously letting us totally crash their space

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