Anyone can learn to program.
Learning resources, mentors and workshops should be freely available to everyone, whether absolute beginner or professional seeking more awesomeness.
Looking for information on our workshops? Check out our whole site dedicated to the RailsBridge Workshops.
The RailsBridge Guidelines
- First, do no harm. Then, help where you can.
- Bridge the gap from aspiring developer to contributing community member, through mentoring, teaching, and writing.
- Reach out to individuals and groups who are underrepresented.
- Collaborate with other groups with similar goals.
- Open Workshops Project (Sarah Mei, sarahmei at gmail dot com)
- Rails BugMash (Dan Pickett, Dan dot Pickett at gmail dot com)
- Teaching Ruby to Kids (Sarah Allen, sarah at ultrasaurus dot com)
- Online Mentoring (Brian Hogan, bphogan at gmail dot com)
- Code Reviews for Students (Mike Gunderloy)
- RailsBridge Builders (Mike Breen)
- RailsBridge Wiki (Jeff Schoolcraft)
To succeed, we need your help! Here’s what you can do to be a part of the RailsBridge vision: