Rails Girls goes Tallinn: join the free, one-day crash-course to the exciting world of building web applications with Ruby on Rails.
Applying for the event has closed. We'll let you know on September 1st whether you've been chosen.
Rails Girls aims to give tools for girls and women to build their ideas.
You learn designing, prototyping and coding with the help from our coaches.
Want to help? We are looking for volunteers and Rails coaches for this event. Email us.
|7PM - 10PM||
Pre-conference mixer & installation festGet to know the attendees a little bit before hand. We’ll also install Ruby on Rails on your computer, so bring your laptop with you.
|9:00 - 10:30||
Registration & coffee
|10:30 - 10:45|
|10:45 - 12:00||
WORKSHOPJumpstart your first web application
|12:00 - 13:00||
Lunch - It's a picnic!Bring something good and possibly healthy with you so we can all share:)
|13.00 - 13:15||
Bentobox - Understanding Web AppsRecap of what we’ve learned and how it all fits together.
|13:15 - 14:00||
|14:00 - 16:30||
WORKSHOPExtend your application.
Afterparty at Garage48 HUBOpen for everyone, meet people interested in tech.
Applications close: Friday, August 24
Acceptances informed: Saturday, September 1
Location: Garage48 Startup HUB, Rävala puiestee 7, Tallinn, Estonia - Google Map
Rails Girls is back in town
Garage48 Hub blog
Ir vėl vienos dienos atostogos Estijoje – Rails Girls renginys Taline
Rails Girls Tallinn is co-organized with our awesome partners.
Garage48 events started in Estonia in April 2010 and have expanded to other countries in Northern Europe and Africa since then. Less talk, more action - Garage48 events show that it's all about positive attitude, creative team members and a motivating deadline, 48 hours.
Toggl is an online time tracking tool created in Estonia. It helps you see where your time goes. It is so easy you’ll actually use it!
Heidi Park is a multitalented lady now working as a confectioner in Tallinn. Her roots are in Korea, although she was born in California and grew up in New York. Finished the US Coast Guard Academy as well as the Culinary Institute of America and now loving the life as a bakery owner in Estonia.
Premia AS Premia Foods is a dynamic and diversified consumer goods group involved in ice cream production, fish production and farming, frozen food and food products distribution.
Do you also want to become one of the awesome sponsors for this non-profit event? Email us.
How much does the workshop cost? Nothing, it's free! You just need to be excited!
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 program is run in english and please bring your laptop.
How do you choose the attendees? We want a diverse group of people who are motivated and curious about learning.
Can men attend? Yes, but you need to be accompanied by an interested lady. Also, girls are given a priority.
I know how to program - How can I help? We’re also looking for people to be coaches. We’ll have a two-three hour workshop before the event to walk you through the curriculum. Email us
The first Rails Girls event in Tallinn took place at Garage48Hub. We had about 30 participants, which we had to choose from 120 amazing applications.
Pictures by Yu Shen.
Janika Liivs presentation on code as creative writing.
Rails Girls @ Tallinna 9-10.3.2012
Teknologiateollisuus e-Skills blogi
Inspired by Rails Girls
Rubies in the pocket, on rails back homeBoost Turku blog
Girls start to code - Rails Girls in Tallinn
I'm on a boat towards Tallinn
Boost Turku blog