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Before you go, double check that you can complete the tasks below so we can hit the ground running tomorrow morning.

### If you're using a virtual machine

1. Open a command line on your computer.
  - **On macOS:** In Finder, start Applications > Utilities > Terminal, or find the Terminal application through Spotlight (click the magnifying glass in the top right of the screen and start typing 'Terminal')
  - **On Windows:** open up **Git Bash** from your desktop or All Programs menu. Do not use Power Shell or Command Prompt! It doesn't support the ssh command that we need.
  - **On Linux:** press Ctrl + Alt + T or Find Terminal under the Accessories category of your applications menu.

1. Go to the RailsBridge folder: type `cd ~/Desktop/railsbridge`

1. Start the virtual machine: type `vagrant up`

1. Connect to the virtual machine: type `vagrant ssh`

1. Start the Ruby interactive editor: type `irb`

1. Exit the Ruby interactive editor: type `exit`

1. Disconnect from the virtual machine by typing `exit`

1. Stop the virtual machine for the night:  type `vagrant halt`.

1. From Finder or the Start menu, start Sublime Text or your text editor application.

1. Get a setup confirmation sticker from a TA and stick it on
   your laptop where it will be visible when you return tomorrow.

### If you're using Cloud9

1. Log into your Cloud9 console if you're not already there.
    - Visit [aws.amazon.com/cloud9](https://aws.amazon.com/cloud9)
    - Click "Sign In to the Console" in the top right
    - Log in with the credentials you created
    - Select Cloud9 under "services"

2. Find the "railsbridge" project you just created under "Your environments" and click "Open IDE"

3. Go to the terminal at the bottom of the screen.
    - If no terminal is currently open, click the green plus (+) sign and select "New Terminal"

4. In the terminal, type `irb` to open an interactive ruby session

5. Write some ruby!

    ```ruby
    first_number = 1
    second_number = 2
    first_number + second_number
    ```
6. Type `exit` when you are done with your `irb` session. That's it!

### If you're using native install

1. Open the terminal
  - **On macOS:** In Finder, start Applications > Utilities > Terminal, or find the Terminal application through Spotlight (click the magnifying glass in the top right of the screen and start typing 'Terminal')
  - **On Windows:** open up **Git Bash** from your desktop or All Programs menu. Do not use Power Shell or Command Prompt! It doesn't support the ssh command that we need.
  - **On Linux:** press Ctrl + Alt + T or Find Terminal under the Accessories category of your applications menu.

2. In the terminal, type `irb` to open an interactive ruby session

3. Write some ruby!

    ```ruby
    first_number = 1
    second_number = 2
    first_number + second_number
    ```
6. Type `exit` when you are done with your `irb` session. That's it!

### You're Done!

Congratulations, you're done with the Friday session. We'll see you at 9:30am
tomorrow. Please bring the same laptop you used tonight.

If you have any questions, comments, or feedback on tonight's material,
don't hesitate to let a TA know. We also have a feedback form
that you can use early and often to provide feedback about the workshop.