RailsBridge's mission is to increase diversity in tech and bring technology education to under-served communities. With that in mind, we'd love it if you could help us by reaching out to organizations who serve those communities and let them know about RailsBridge. Technology is a rare field where you can be successful without having a college degree, and where all the resources to be a professional are available for free online. We'd especially love to help out at-risk youth and those who might not otherwise see technology as a career option (because, again, all the resources are available for free online). So, if you sign up, we'd also love if you could reach out and bring someone who you feel could be well-served by learning a little programming!
And if you sign up but don't get the confirmation email, check your spam folder!
We've "sold out" all of our events so far only to have people not show up or cancel at the very last minute. That makes it really hard on the folks on the waitlist who don't get bumped up until the last minute and can't make it and means we can't get everyone in who wants to attend. We work really hard to put these events on and we'd love it if the people who sign up show up, or at least cancel with enough notice that folks on the wait list have enough notice to make it.
You'll need the following things to be able to successfully participate in RailsBridge:
Thanks to the Creative Coast for their continued support!
There's plenty of street parking available around Bull St. Labs, but no dedicated parking lot.
CAT Route 14 drops off at the corner of Abercorn & 39th, which is a short two blocks to Bull St. Labs. But, you should use CAT's trip planner to find your best route!
We'll provide breakfast foods (and coffee) and lunch on Saturday!
By signing up and attending RailsBridge, you agree to follow our Code of Conduct. We've never had a problem at one of our events, and I don't expect us to, but if it happens, we have a framework for dealing with it.