At Callibrity, our passion goes beyond our work - we do much more than just write code.
We are more than code
Above all else, we believe in having a servant mentality. Whether serving your co-workers, your family members or your community, having a servant mentality brings a greater purpose than the typical 8-5 grind. Join us as we reach out to those in need around us. Check out the great organizations we proudly partner with. And if you have a worthy cause that you think fits our goals, please let us know!
Our servant mentality goes beyond helping nonprofits. We strongly believe it is our duty to impact the landscape of the close-knit Cincinnati tech community for the better. This is why we offer meeting space at no charge to any technical meetup in the area that needs a home. The meeting space seats up to 45 people, is equipped with high speed Wi-Fi internet access, projector and screen with A/V equipment if necessary.
Are you a community manager or meetup organizer? Contact us to have your next meeting at Callibrity.
Cincy Techies for Good
Callibrity brought NetSquared to Cincinnati in 2017 in collaboration with MAX Technical Training by forming a local meetup group called Cincy Techies for Good. NetSquared is part of a TechSoup initiative that brings together nonprofits and activists, tech leaders and funders, and everyone who's interested in using technology for social change. We were excited to help expand the NetSquared footprint into Cincinnati because the organization encompasses what we are most passionate about: technology, giving back, and fostering the tech community through mentorship. Cincy Techies for Good is currently one of 60 global cities represented in the NetSquared community.
Recent Cincy Techies for Good projects have included an enhanced web experience for A Voice for the Innocent’s online community, an asset management application for Deerfield Township, and a mobile app to help low income families manage their money smarter to get back on their feet.
The first CinJUG (Cincinnati Java User Group) meetup was held in 1996, one year after Java was released in 1995, making Cincinnati home to one of the first Java User Groups in the world. CinJUG is also one of the oldest meetup groups in Cincinnati, and has evolved from Java only to Java and JVM to open up a larger pool of presenters and subject matter. Callibrity CEO, Mark Wehby, took over as director of CinJUG in 2017. Ever since, the meetup has had 30+ Java developers in attendance and continues to grow.
CinJUG meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month at Callibrity from 11:30am - 1pm.
CinJUG and Cincy Techies for Good are always looking for more sponsors and presenters. For inquiries, please Contact us.