Latest Posts from Calvin Wong


Everleap Sponsors Iowa Code Camp 2017 (Again!)

Calvin WongWe’re big on supported the developer community. The Iowa Code Camp, hosted by CRineta and the Iowa .NET Usergroup, is being held twice this year. We sponsored the first one in July. And we’re sponsoring the next one on November 4th, too!

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Everleap Gives Free Hosting for Dallas GiveCamp

Calvin WongEverleap donated 19 free hosting accounts to well-deserving charity organizations for the 2017 Dallas GiveCamp. The event was huge this year! Of course, we’re only a small part of the event. The most valuable donations come from the volunteer developers, designers and project managers. Combined, about $712,000 was donated. Charities include Della’s House of Giving, Go VFF and Seeds to STEM.



Sponsoring 2017 Southwest Ohio GiveCamp

Calvin WongEverleap is donating ten free hosting accounts to charities participating in the Southwest Ohio GiveCamp, happening on Oct. 20th. Participants this year include the Miami Valley Nonprofit Collaborative, Project SEARCH and the Learning Tree Farm. There’s a ton of work ahead of the GiveCamp team this weekend. Check it out here. We wish them an awesome event!

Southwest Ohio GiveCamp 2017



Everleap Sponsors NYC Code Camp 2017

Calvin WongOctober 14, 2017. One day, 70+ sessions, 500+ attendees, free to attend. The 2017 NYC Code Camp is being held in the brand new Microsoft Technology Center in Times Square. Everleap is a proud sponsor of the event!

Code Camp NYC



Everleap Sponsoring Iowa Code Camp 2017

Calvin WongWe are sponsoring the 2017 Iowa Code Camp. The Code Camp will be held at the Marriott in Coralville, IA on Saturday, July 22. As always, it’s a community-driven event, designed for and by developers, and free to attend.

Iowa Code Camp logo

We are happy to help out the CRinenta and Iowa .NET groups. We wish them a great event!



Everleap Supports MVP Reconnect

Calvin WongEverleap is supporting the new Microsoft MVP Reconnect program by offering free cloud hosting services to members.

Microsoft has long had a Most Valuable Professional (MVP) program to honor top technology experts for their contributions to their communities.



Everleap Supports Phoenix 2017 Hackathon-of-Help

Calvin WongWe’re supporting the AZ GiveCamp’s Phoenix 2017 Hackathon-of-Help this year by providing life-time free hosting services to participating non-profit organizations. The event brings together over 50 developers, designers and project managers to build websites and web apps for 8 local NPO’s, including Girl Develop It and CommunityCause.org.

We’re very happy to help the cause. This year, the event is being held at the new Galvanze facility. If you’re in the area would like to get involved, check out their MeetUp page. Sleep is optional, meals and caffeine provided.



Everleap Sponsors the 2017 Orlando Code Camp

Calvin WongEverleap is sponsoring the 2017 Orlando Code Camp. The event will be held on April 8th, at Seminole State College in Sanford, Florida. Coming hot on the heels of the South Florida Code Camp, the Orlando Code Camp this year will have 98 presentations for the 600 attendees. There are 74 total speakers, including our old friends Jeffrey Fritz and John Papa. The event is free! If you’re interested in attending, you can register here.

We’re very proud to sponsor the Orlando Code Camp and wish Brian Mishler and the Orlando .NET User Group a great event!



Everleap Sponsors Florida Code Camp 2017

Calvin Wong

We are proudly sponsoring the South Florida Code Camp 2017 this year. The one-day (free!) Geek Fest is being held on March 11, 2017 at the Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida. Although they’re on the other side of the country from us here in Southern California, we’re always happy to help the developer community nationwide (and sometimes worldwide).

We wish them a great event! If you want to attend the free event, you can register here.



Everleap Attends SoCal Code Camp 2016

Calvin WongWe sponsored and attended the 2016 SoCal Code Camp on November 12th. We sponsor Code Camp events all over the country every year, but we always look forward to the SoCal event on the USC campus. It’s one of the few events that are local, so we can get out there to meet new and old friends from the Los Angeles developer community.

Here we are during one of the few quiet moments during speaker sessions.

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Hattan Shobokshi (pictured above in a red t-shirt) organized a great event! Turnout was awesome this year with lots of new faces amongst the several hundred attendees.