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Come wield Ruby for good in the SF bay area!

Write open source to make the world a better place! Join us at Ruby by the Bay March 29 – April 1 in Marin headlands at NatureBridge. Programmers come together a long weekend to write software for non-profits and community organizations. (Most projects are Ruby, but there’s often JavaScript or devops or design projects as well.) This is not a hackathon! Projects are scoped with our nonprofit partners before the event, and evenings are reserved not for code but to play games, karaoke, or sit around a campfire.

Ruby by the Bay is the first west coast edition of the DC-based Ruby for Good event that has run for the past 5 years. Past projects have ranged from inventory management for diaper banks… to volunteer management for a soup kitchen… to managing data for wildlife conservation… to preserving oral history along the Amazon River! One of last year’s crowd favorites included a web app to manage volunteers escorting refugees to immigration court.

Come join us in the bay area Mar 29 - Apr 1! Buy your ticket now: https://rubybythebay.org/

(And if you can’t make it - please consider sponsoring a scholarship attendee or a nonprofit partner to attend! It costs ~$400 to cover expenses per person. Donate at rubybythebay.org <3)

Questions –> info@rubybythebay.org

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