SF Ruby on Rails Workshop for Women


Fri 2/24/2017
Start time: 6:00 pm PST
End time: 9:00 pm PST

Coding Workshop

Sat 2/25/2017
Start time: 9:30 am PST
End time: 4:30 pm PST


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.

Click here for more information about class levels in this course!

Workshop Description

This workshop is intended to reach out to women and non-binary people of all programming experience levels who are interested in learning web development with Ruby on Rails! If you are a man, you're welcome to attend as the 1+ of a women or non-binary person attending. We are emphatically queer & trans inclusive!

In this workshop, we'll take you through the process of building a complete web application using Ruby on Rails. By the end of the day, you'll have an application that connects to a database, reads and writes data, and renders html in a browser.

We'll meet up Friday to install all of the software you need, and then spend Saturday learning and writing code. Programmers of all skill levels are welcome and students will be delineated into different classes based on the experience level you choose when you sign up.

**Rails 5 is here, which means you need at least Ruby 2.2.2! The Installfest is mandatory for all students to make sure that class on Saturday can run smoothly.**


Big thanks to Dev Bootcamp for hosting & sponsoring this workshop!

Transportation and Parking

The closest BART stop is Montgomery. Metered street parking is available but usually limited.
Bike parking is available.

Food and Drinks

Dev Bootcamp will generously be sponsoring food and drinks. This includes some kind of dinner on Friday, breakfast on Saturday morning, and lunch on Saturday.


We'll organize a supervised playgroup if anyone needs it — please let us know the names and ages of your children when you RSVP!


We will be headed toThirsty Bear Brewery (661 Howard Street) for a drink and socializing!

Organized By:

8 volunteers!

20 students!