Building Rails For The Future

August 2, 2013

Qiulu Gong and Terence Lim (Rwanda Agahozo Shalom Youth Village, ASYV)

 

Terence and Qiulu partnered with the Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village (ASYV) in Rwanda. During their consulting partnership, they built an integrated Ruby on Rails Student Information System. This provided the staff with a stable and user-friendly system to analyze data and generate reports. The student consultants also surveyed the existing infrastructure in order to improve and upgrade their networks as well as schedule automatic backups of the servers.

 

They also worked with Nicole Ifill, a CMU & TCinGC alumna (2012), to organize a Hackathon

 

Competition in Alice to encourage independent learning of programming, to raise IT awareness, and to provide ASYV students further resources to explore IT.

 

 

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