What we do
We organize free workshops for women* without prior experience in programming. These workshops are led by skilled Ruby on Rails programmers who are eager to help newbies and to increase the number of women* in IT. During our workshops, we try to create a cozy space where questions are welcome and where there is no pressure nor competition. To accomplish that, we keep the group sizes small and have one dedicated coach per two or three learners.
5.3. Code & Cake
20.4. Coach the coaches
23.4. Beginners Workshop
21.5. Code & Cake
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23.7. Beginners Workshop
1.10. Code & Cake
November Beginners Workshop
Sometimes, it feels like I’m getting paid to solve puzzles! Which is great. Programming is creative, requires an eye for detail and gets me in this state of mind where not a lot things can distract me. Also it opens up a way to work together with others on a task that I never experienced in any other kind of work. It’s like thinking together.
Sponsors and PartnersEach of our events is sponsored by great companies as well. Check them out at the event-pages.
Since we’re always working on future events, any financial support is highly appreciated. If you’re interested in helping us, ping Sabine and Ellen at email@example.com
We are looking forward to hear from you.
Rails Girls is a global community that organize workshops for women to get into Ruby on Rails. The idea spread all over the world. Check out your city on their website or follow them on Twitter to stay in touch (@railsgirls). If there isn’t any event planned in your city and you feel like organizing one yourself, check out the guides.
DaWanda is the online marketplace for unique and handmade items. All products are handmade with love, and all products can be customized to match your ideas. If you are looking for a great gift for someone you care about, check their online shop, they’re available in several countries! They care about helping women to create their own things.
co-up is a coworking space located in Kreuzberg providing desks, wi-fi and a friendly atmosphere for independent workers. They host our organization meetings and most of the workshops as well. If you’re working in Berlin, you should definitely check it out, the office is really awesome. Also, they host a lot of other events too, follow them on Twitter (@co_up) to know what’s planned next.
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