Laura Laugwitz – Take the pressure out of learning and see where it takes you

Rails Girls Berlin “Wall of Fame” This a series of interviews with women, that have successfully made their way into coding. Check out their stories, get inspired! Meet Laura, one of the Rails Girls Berlin organizers team. She visited a workshop to do some research for her bachelor thesis and never left us again <3. […]

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Tam Eastley – When you’re learning to code, it’s hard to decide what to do

Rails Girls Berlin “Wall of Fame” This a series of interviews with women, that have successfully made their way into coding. Check out their stories, get inspired!   Meet Tam who moved to Berlin in 2008. She never studied Computer Science and worked as a freelance writer. After attending her first Rails Girls Berlin workshop […]

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Bettina Shzu-Juraschek – I love that I create the future

Rails Girls Berlin “Wall of Fame” This a series of interviews with women, that have successfully made their way into coding. Check out their stories, get inspired!   Meet Bettina who got a Bachelor of Arts in art history at age of 17 and found her new profession as a Product Manager after attending a […]

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Malwine – with the help of Rails Girls I found the passion for coding again

Rails Girls Berlin “Wall of Fame” This a series of interviews with women, that have successfully made their way into coding. Check out their stories, get inspired!   Meet Malwine who found her passion for programming again and now studies computer science at HTW Berlin.   However, if we want to reflect our diverse world it’s […]

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Laura Wadden – We can’t let all the google-ites take us over

Rails Girls Berlin “Wall of Fame” This a series of interviews with women, that have successfully made their way into coding. Check out their stories, get inspired!   Meet Laura who grew up in a suburb outside of Chicago in the US and studied Political Science at university. After moving to Berlin in 2012 she […]

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Nina Breznik – You can learn everything. You just have to keep moving

Rails Girls Berlin “Wall of Fame” This a series of interviews with women, that have successfully made their way into coding. Check out their stories, get inspired! Meet Nina who studied Marketing, founded some Start-ups and switched to coding after attending Rails Girls Summer of Code. „With my programming skills I am more flexible in […]

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Hackday September 2015

You need time to work on your project and someone around who can answer your questions? Brilliant! We have something for you! Join our Rails Girls Berlin Hackday on 19.9.2015 What is a hackday? A hackday is no hackathon! We just want to give former workshop attendees and other learners time, space and coaches. Who […]

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EuRuKo 2015 – Join the crowd

We already know that the Ruby community is probably our favorite programmer’s community. They (and I’ll include the Rails Girls learners here as well) care about diversity, the sharing of knowledge and, let’s be honest, many of ‚em value a good cat or unicorn Picture. But above that, we were already able to give away […]

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Rails Girls Berlin Hackday May 2015

You need time to work on your project and someone around who can answer your questions? Brilliant! We have something for you! Join our Rails Girls Berlin Hackday on 30.5.2015 What is a hackday? A hackday is no hackathon! We just want to give former workshop attendees and other learners time, space and coaches. Who […]

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Rails Girls Go Crypto!

Personal data security is an increasingly important issue in today’s society, so Rails Girls Berlin is throwing a Cryptoparty to give you an introduction into basic elements of cryptography and the secrets of secure communication. Learn how to encrypt your email and hard drives, protect yourself when using open networks, or browse the web anonymously […]

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