If you haven’t heard of them before, Rails Girls provides a web development workshop that helps women learn Ruby. But its mission encompasses so much more than that. Originally founded in Finland, Rails Girls now how chapters in over 15 countries around the world. Its vibrant community helps make technology more approachable and helps its members build their ideas.
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