Ruby Tuesdays - Mozilla

This is a study group and you are welcome to work on anything you would like in our friendly and helpful environment. We currently have several levels in the group - a group project, tutorials, beginner installs and beginner lessons.


6:30 - 6:45 Arrive

6:45 - 7:00 Introductions

7:15 a short talk by Erin Zobitz on Open Source

7:30 Code!


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Week 3/5 of Learn Ruby the Hard Way

We started a 5 week(7/23 - 8/20) Summer reading sprint from Women Who Code & SF Ruby Book Club. This is the Week3 of the Summer reading sprint. So if you dont have plans this is a best way to immerse yourself in Ruby Language. The book is available for free online 
Exercises 26 - 35 due on 8/6. If you missed Week1 and Week2 you are still good to attend Week3 except you have more homework to do which would be exercises 1-35. You will need Ruby and Rails installed on your computer and a terminal to work on this sprint. But if you didnt get them installed you can do it using the instructions


**Exercise groups are to be done (as best as possible) beforemeeting.**  
That way we have items to discuss, problems to solve, tips to share.

Schedule, exercises:  
7/23, intro - 15  
7/30, 16 - 25  
8/6, 26 - 35  
8/13, 36 - 46  
8/20, 47 - end


Beginners can start the install process:

Beginner tutorials: and


Let's work on the TicTacToe sprint! You'll be filling in the skeleton version of the app. Working directly with Rspec, Pry, MVC and gaining of deeper understanding of object orientation. Get it here and find the documentation for it here. Try forking before showing up!

Can work through tutorials like Learn to Program and

This event is exclusively open to people who identify as female.


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  • Leticia S.

    I would love to see the powerpoint , notes I took are incomplete!

    August 7, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      I'd be happy to email it to you, Leticia. What's your email address?

      August 7, 2013

  • Elaine Y.

    This was my first Women Who Code meet-up. Both organizers and attendees were warm, helpful and engaging. Mozilla was also a wonderful host and I enjoyed hearing about their open source projects. It's also worth mentioning the incredible generosity of beautiful food available. Thanks everyone!

    3 · August 7, 2013

  • Lisa F.

    A wonderful talk about rails routes was combined with a great group of people studying ruby.

    1 · August 7, 2013

    • Elaine Y.

      Thanks Lisa for showing me how to make my first app! You're a great teacher!

      August 7, 2013

  • Liz K.

    Strong talk, great sponsor, good workspace, time to collaborate and work solo.

    1 · August 6, 2013

  • Rae

    Can someone let me in?

    August 6, 2013

  • Chenoa S.

    Neglected to notice that it was my mom's birthday when I RSVP'd for this!

    August 6, 2013

  • Isa H.

    hi everyone, if you're working on Ruby the Hard Way tonight at home, let's chat! I'll be reserving my 9-10pm block to do so. reply here or private message me and we can hangout. Best, Isa

    August 5, 2013

  • Virginia

    Awesome! Thank U!

    August 4, 2013

  • Virginia W.

    would love to be there but will be out of town. see you all the following week!

    July 30, 2013

  • Christina H.

    Dipping my toes in the code pool.

    July 29, 2013

  • Lise D.

    that was weird. i was showing up in the 2 meetups, so i cancelled one and the other disappeared too!

    July 28, 2013

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