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There's really not one answer to this question, I'm afraid.
Can you clarify a bit?
Where do you want to attend a bootcamp? There are plenty of good bootcamps in a number of cities, so it would help answer your question if you specify where you want to study?
Are you interested in a women's only program, or did you just mean good for women as well as men?
I'm in the Atlanta area and although I don't teach Ruby (I teach Node.js and Microsoft ASP), I know there are several good schools here for Ruby.
If you can answer my questions above, I think you'll have a better chance of getting relavant answers.
Good luck finding the right school for you!
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The previous response was reasonable - where are you based? Are you only interested in women only bootcamps, or is it a general question about which bootcamp would be best for a woman to attend?
If you're based in Europe, I can speak for Makers Academy - we're specifically committed to trying to move the needle on the "women in tech" problem. We actually focus on diversity in general (which includes, but is not limited to women), but I will focus on women specifically, since this is what you asked!
Our most recent cohort, which graduated a few days ago, was over 50% women. This is something we're super proud of, and has taken a lot of work. We've recently worked with Thoughtworks to provide subsidised places for 6 women, and will be doing more of the same next year. We have worked to have a good representation of women on our staff as well, and we host events for lots of women-focused groups at our campus in central London. Lastly, we offer a £500 discount for women - we know it's a little bit of a heavy handed tactic, but it goes some way towards us demonstrating that we care, and we're always open to ideas on how we can do better!
Our hiring partners cite the diversity of our students as one of the key reasons (there are others, of course!) why they continue to pay to hire our students, yet do not do so for any other bootcamp in Europe.
For more info, check out http://www.makersacademy.com/women/
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