As a hacker group we promote the Open Source Culture and whenever we can, we organise meetings to share knowledge, code and our enthusiasm for programming in Ruby.
There are many ways to participate in Nairuby:
Attend our meet-ups: we have a number of regular meet-ups that everyone is welcome to attend:
Give a presentation at one our our monthly meetings and share something you've learned in the world of Ruby with the group. You can also suggest a presentation if there is something you would like to learn or to recruit a speaker.
Subscribe to our online mailing list: "nairuby" to receive meeting announcements and notes, get suggestions of interesting events, and participate in technical discussions. You may post information about Ruby related jobs and gigs near Nairobi if you follow the job posting guidelines.
Follow us on Social Media for meeting announcements and other general info. Ruby related tweets from the community with #Nairuby hashtag should be retweeted by @NairubyKE as soon as it's reviewed. On Facebook we you can find us on NairubyKE. We are also on Slack, whatsapp and Telegram, shoot us an email at info[at]nairuby.org to join.
Follow our Code of Conduct.
Tell the world that you're part of this user group and find others to join.
If you are you new to the Ruby programming language? Here is a list of resources to get you started!
For more resources check out our Learning Resources page.
We're not merely a user group, but an open source culture incubator churning out various software projects and initiaves. Some of the notable ones are: