We are proud to announce that yesterday we launched the Job Board we made during the Rails Girls Summer of Code program! We are super excited (and a little nervous) about this new step we are taking! 🙂
If you or anyone you know could benefit from using our platform be sure to have a look at jobs.punchgirls.com and help us spread the word!
We’ll continue working on our project perfecting it little by little. The project will remain Open Source and you can view it in our GitHub repository.
We can’t thank enough the Rails Girls Summer of Code team, the sponsors who helped make this possible, the Ruby community and our coaches @soveran, @inkel and @djanowski. You are all awesome! 🙂
Lightning Talk: Mayn Ektvedt Kjær & Cecilia Rivero – Punchgirls
The organizers of StarTechConf Chile just published videos of all the talks given at the conference including our lightning talk! Even though we were a little nervous we really enjoyed the experience 🙂
Last week RubyConf Argentina took place here in Buenos Aires and we were lucky enough to get to talk about our experience participating in the Rails Girls Summer of Code.
The week of conference was great! Lots of nice people and interesting talks! You can check out the slides from our presentation here.
Foto: Adriana Montaldo Vera, for Ruby Argentina Asociación Civil
Yesterday we got back from a great conference experience! Besides the educational part with many inspiring speakers we also got to meet the awesome developers community here in South America with lots of cool and interesting people!
We also held a lightning talk where we spoke about the Rails Girls Summer of Code and our project.
Tomorrow the Punchgirls are flying to Santiago de Chile to participate in one of the most important conferences of Latin America. We are super excited about the possibility to meet and listen to lots of amazing and knowledgeable people! We’ll also be giving a lightning talk about the Rails Girls Summer of Code program on Friday.
We’ll be tweeting about our conference experience while we’re there. Be sure to say hi if you’re there! 🙂
We just realized today that our summer of code officially ended on Friday, but for us this is not the end, but the start of our new tech careers. We will continue working on our project and we’ll keep updating our blog frequently. We are working hard on implementing the design for our Job Board and we’ll be presenting it at RubyConf Argentina. We’re very excited about it!
We want to congratulate all the other teams for working so hard throughout the summer! And thank you to all the sponsors that made this possible! We hope you have enjoyed participating as much as we have and that we will be able to give back to the community in the future 🙂
Remember that this is not a goodbye so keep visiting our blog and check out our GitHub repository to accompany us in our progress!
We made mockups for more of our pages and got feedback from our coaches that they are happy with our design.
Towards the end of the day we started implementing our design a little. Since we want our site to be responsive we started adding the design for mobile phones.
We finished the work on the Stripe module. Now all the Stripe actions needed are in a separate file so we don’t have to repeat the same code over and over.
We are getting very close to starting on the design for our job board. Today we played around a bit with what we want it to look like.
On Thursday we got interviewed by @poteland and @cuerbot from @surculusfructum. The interview was published this morning and you can listen to it here: Surculus Fructum (Note: It’s all in Spanish)
It was a relaxed talk and a fun experience for us. Thank you Bruno and Pablo! 🙂
Today we wanted to put the communication with Stripe in a separate module to clean up our code a bit. It proved to be more difficult than we imagined. Not only the refactoring, but we also discovered a bug we haven’t been able to fix yet.
Today we also had a fun experience that we will tell you more about in a few days! 🙂