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scalabridge ScalaBridge

Website 👉 https://www.scalabridge.org

Overview

ScalaBridge workshops are intended to teach people from underrepresented populations programming using the Scala programming language.

Note: You do not have to be a woman to be underrepresented in tech. Diversity comes in many forms: race, gender, age, religion, culture, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, etc. If at any point, you feel excluded from any ScalaBridge event, please do not hesitate to reach out to ScalaBridge Organization.

Quick Start

The following install instruction is written based on the jekyll Doc.

Build the Website Locally

For the impatient, here's how to get a boilerplate Jekyll site up and running.

  1. Install the Ruby development environment

  2. Install Jekyll and bundler gems

~ $ gem install jekyll bundler
  1. Change into the website directory
~ $ cd website
  1. Install all gems needed for the website
~/website $ bundle install
  1. Build the site locally
~/website $ bundle exec jekyll serve
  1. Now browse to http://localhost:4000

If you're running into problems, ensure you have all the requirements installed.

Community

How can I contribute?

You can contribute to building a diverse Scala community by contributing to the ScalaBridge organization or by being a ScalaBridge organizer. See our contributor guide for more details.

Maintainers

Copyright and License

All code of the website is under the MIT license. Please visit LICENSE for more details.

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