This is a Ruby on Rails event. The focus will be on developing web apps and programming in Ruby. You can find all the curriculum materials at docs.railsbridge.org.
This will be specifically for ADVANCED students, NOT beginner students.
If you identify with any of these levels as designated within BridgeTroll, feel free to attend this workshop:
Gold - Some Rails Experience
-You're comfortable using the terminal, but not necessarily a Power User
-You have a general understanding of a Rails app's structure, perhaps from a prior workshop or tutorial
-You know how to define a method in Ruby
-You have a decent handle on Ruby arrays and hashes
Orange - Other Programming Experience
-You're proficient in another language and understand general programming concepts, like collections and scope.
-You're new to Ruby and Rails
-You might be familiar with version control and basic web architecture
Purple - Ready for the Next Challenge
-You've exhausted the fun of the Suggestotron/Intro Rails curriculum
-You're comfortable with the terminal
-You want to problem-solve instead of copying other's code
-You want to build an app without using scaffolds
This is a free Ruby on Rails workshop for women and their friends. If you identify as male, we ask that you please bring along your favorite woman to introduce her to Ruby on Rails to forward our mission statement. Please make sure you and your friends RSVP on the event page.
Pivotal Labs continues to support us by providing the group with pizza for our Installfest on September 26.
Ninefold is one of our newest sponsors! They are providing us with a nourishing breakfast on the morning of our workshop on September 27.
GitHub is generously sponsoring and supporting the RailsBridge community by keeping us fed for lunch!
A BIG thank you to our venue and food sponsors. Without your support and help, RailsBridge NYC could not be made possible.
Note - We will try our best to accommodate vegan and gluten-free diets, but we cannot guarantee it.