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Brunch & Code: Write your first Ruby program in 2 hours
Share a coffee and croissant with us and get an intro to Ruby!
Please note: You will need to bring a laptop to participate in this workshop! 🧑💻
In this workshop, you will learn the fundamentals of programming and dive into back-end programming. You will be using the language Ruby, a programming language which focuses on simplicity and productivity. It has an elegant syntax that is natural to read and easy to write. This workshop is for complete beginners!
In this 2 hours workshop you will learn:
✨ The basics of programming, including data types, variables, conditions and loops.
✨ Core concepts of Ruby that can be used into any programming language
✨ The basics of a back-end language and your first step to entering the world of web development.
About this workshop:
This workshop will start with a 1-hour lecture to introduce the core concepts of the day. You will then be onboarded on Le Wagon's e-learning platform and access the slides, a sum-up of key notions as well as exercises to keep practicing after the workshop.
We look forwards to seeing you there!
The Le Wagon Amsterdam Team 🚀
This workshop is brought to you by the #1 rated coding bootcamp worldwide: Le Wagon emerged in 2014 as one of the first tech bootcamps in France, offering web development and data science programs. Now, it has grown to a robust global community of tech talents with over 40 Le Wagon campuses in Amsterdam, Berlin, Lisbon, London, Melbourne, Mexico, Montreal, Singapore, São Paulo, Paris, and other cities worldwide.With this expansion, Le Wagon has helped over 19,000 developers, data scientists, designers, and entrepreneurs start their new careers in tech. Nine years on, the school continues to inspire tech aspirants to find their path in the industry.
Smart City Haarlemmermeer - Digital Society School project
In large and diverse public organizations like the Gemeente Haarlemmermeer, communication can sometimes be hindered by silos. Different departments or teams in the organization may work independently leading to a lack of information sharing and coordination. With so many channels and platforms available, it can be difficult to filter out the information that is relevant and important to employees. This can lead to information overload and make it difficult for employees to stay updated on important updates.
Thus, the trainee team from the Digital Transformation Traineeship Programme at Digital Society School embarked on a challenge on how Gemeente Haarlemmermeer can be facilitated to become a smarter, more connected, transparent and digitally inclusive organisation.
Read more about the project on the website of Digital Society School!
Final Showcase Spring 23' at Digital Society School
We are excited to invite you to the Final Showcase where future digital transformation designers of Digital Society School present the projects that they worked on closely with their partners during the last 20 weeks.
Experience change in action and see how our trainees' work contributes to the Sustainable Development Goals💪 🌏 💡
This semester, there are 9 project teams working on topics varying from EdTech, Sustainable Fashion Design, Digital Health & Well-being to Smart City.
In the last 5 months, our trainees from all over the world learned, experimented, and prototyped to envision what the future holds for us to pursue a more just and sustainable society. Come and check what they have come up with!
For more information on the current projects and to RSVP for your FREE ticket, visit the event page on our website.