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November 12, 2013

Building Your First Web Application with Ruby on Rails

If you've been thinking about learning to code, getting back into programming after a long break, or simply want to learn a new framework, I encourage you to come out to HackCville on Tuesday evening, where I'll be starting the Charlottesville chapter of RailsSchool.

If you've been thinking about learning to code, getting back into programming after a long break, or simply want to learn a new framework, I encourage you to come out to HackCville on Tuesday evening, where I'll be starting the Charlottesville chapter of RailsSchool.

RailsSchool is always free, and is structured to allow for multiple levels of ability and learning styles (high school kids learning to code, entrepreneurs looking to hack out a quick prototype, expert programmers looking to improve the core framework itself).

I also want to make a special request for women to join. While this isn't affiliated with RailsGirls (a similar class aimed specifically at women), this is an all-inclusive group, and I'd love to see a large diversity of students.



4pm Pacific - 6pm Pacific on November 12, 2013 at HackCville
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