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.
Railsbridge at the Mothership!
Do you have a big idea that the world needs to be an app? Do you want to see what's going on behind the scenes at all of these huge tech companies? Are you just a curious person and love to learn?
Come join us at The Mothership on November 3rd and 4th. You, other highly motivated learners, and professional developer volunteers will get together and the the first (or second, or third) steps into understanding programming and web app development.
This workshop is intended to reach out to women, transgender and non-binary people, and people of color who have some prior programming experience and are interested in learning web development. If you are a cis-white man, you're welcome to attend as the +1 of a woman, non-binary person, trans person, or person of color attending.
Railsbridge is an inclusive, volunteer run, open source curriculum and workshop focused on getting people from more diverse backgrounds into web development. You will be learning all of the skills needed to code and deploy a fully functional web application by the end of this workshop. No prior experience coding is necessary, just bring an open mind and a willingness to learn!
Friday is Installfest. Volunteers will be available on location to help you set up your computer for development. We will be using this as our install roadmap:
Saturday will be the Workshop. We will work through the Rails curriculum (available here There are multiple curriculum tracks available for students of any skill level.
Professional developers will be on-site and ready to help you if you get stuck. This is a great opportunity to create relationships with future mentors.
Event Space: The Mothership
Come to Installfest on Friday to get your temporary parking pass for Saturday.
Snack will be provided on Friday during Installfest. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided during the Workshop.
See you there!