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Rails Girls Baltimore: event to learn Ruby programming returns in May

First held at the Betamore incubator in March 2013, the inaugural Rails Girls event was unofficially hailed as the "largest gathering of female coders" in Baltimore city's history.

The first Rails Girls Baltimore event was in March 2013. Photo courtesy of Rachel Beser.

Rails Girls Baltimore is back in May.

The women-only coding event in more than 40 cities worldwide that serves as an introductory course in the Ruby programming language (on the Rails framework for web development) is taking place May 9 and 10 at the Seton Keough High School in Baltimore’s Wilhelm Park neighborhood.

More info on Rails Girls Baltimore here

First held at the Betamore incubator in March 2013, the inaugural Rails Girls event was unofficially hailed as the “largest gathering of female coders” in Baltimore city’s history.

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