Instructions for installing Ruby and Rails on your computer. You need to complete these steps before starting a Rails workshop!
Intro To Rails
The "classic" RailsBridge curriculum (Suggestotron). Takes you step-by-step through making a Rails app, one command at a time, using helpers like
rails generate scaffold, and deploying that app to the Internet.
Build a simple job board from scratch with a little less of the magic of Rails scaffolding. This curriculum is great for a second or third RailsBridge attendee or for students who want to focus on how the app is wired together. (This curriculum doesn't include deploying to the Internet.)
Build a message board! This curriculum is for students who have completed the Suggestotron and the Job Board curricula. This curriculum is a challenge because it won't tell you what to type in!
Testing Rails Applications
Increase the stability of your Rails app by learning about tests: what they are, why they're used, and how to use them! This curriculum is for students who have completed the Suggestotron, the Job Board, and the Message Board curricula. There will be challenges!
HTML + CSS for beginners. Make a website, no server required!
Learn To Code
A course which teaches how to code from the ground up, using Alex's Learn To Code In Ruby curriculum. It's geared towards people who may never have written code before and teaches just enough Ruby to get across basic principles like variables, objects, and the command line.
A ruby-specific curriculum, expanded from the "Ruby for Beginners" slide deck. Still new, with room for your contributions.
The Railsbridge junkyard! Slide decks for opening/closing presentations, teacher training.