Rails Girls Rotterdam 13 & 14 April 2018

Hello world!

Rails Girls comes to Rotterdam once again!
During the free two-day workshop we'll dive into the magical world of Ruby on Rails.

Apply Now!

Questions or queries? Just send us an email!

Looking forward to seeing you all!
Team Rails Girls Rotterdam
rotterdam.railsgirls@gmail.com

You learn designing, prototyping and coding with the help from our coaches.

You need your own laptop, curiosity and a sprinkle of imagination!

Want to coach? We are looking for Rails coaches on Friday (5:30 pm - 9:00 pm) and Saturday (9:00 am - 4:30 pm). volunteer here.

Interested in speaking? Please contact us here.


Friday 13 April

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Installation party

Get to know the attendees a little bit before hand. Bring your laptop, so you can install Ruby on Rails!

Saturday 14 April

9:30 am

Registration & breakfast

10:00 am

Introduction

10:15 am

Icebreaker

10:45 am

Introduction to the app

11:00 am

Building your App (1, 2, 3)

12:00 noon

Lightning talks

12:30 pm

Lunch

1:30 pm

Building your App (4, 5, 6)

3:00 pm

Lightning talks

3:30 pm

the Launch!

4:30 pm

Drinks :)

Partners

Rails Girls Rotterdam is co-organized with our awesome partners.

Want to help? We're always looking for partners & sponsors! Email us!

Firmhouse Firmhouse works with innovation managers & entrepreneurs to bring
ideas to first market traction.
They help them to design & develop new products in quick iterations.

Floorplanner Floorplanner is the easiest and best-looking way to create and share interactive floorplans online.


FAQ

How much does the workshop cost?
Nothing, it's free! You just need to be excited!

Do I need a laptop?
Yes! Please bring it with you :)

Can men attend?
Yes, but girls are given a priority.

Are there vegetarian / vegan options for food?
Got you covered here too, both a vegetarian and a vegan option are offered as well.

Who is this aimed for?
Women of any age with basic knowledge of working with a computer. We’ve had people of all ages taking part. Most of the speeches are given in English and small group work is done in either Dutch or English.