Before Le Wagon, I spent about a year doing various online courses to try to learn how to code. They taught me the... Read more
When I decided to change my career, I quickly realised that I needed to acquire new skills in a fast way, so no un... Read more
Before landing at Le Wagon, Margo worked for three years as a litigation lawyer in Montreal. She discovered the joys of programming at Le Wagon Brussels which she completed in 2015. Nowadays, when she is not teaching at Le Wagon, Margo can be found creating and running STEM workshops for kids and teens at Techies Lab which she co-founded with Anne Collet. Despite her newfound love for all things digital, she still carries around a paper agenda.
After receiving his Bachelors in Communication and Multimedia Design, Lars decided he wanted to add programming to his set of skills. He was a student in the first Amsterdam batch of Le Wagon. Lars can be described as a full-stack programmer, equally favouring back-end and front-end development. He also provides workshops and coaching in concept development. Currently he's active as a teacher & TA and as a founder of his company, Unless. Lars is determined to change the world, one cool idea at a time.
Always looking for patterns around him to gain holistic understanding. Currently a sociologist, meditator, yogi and programmer. At the age of seventeen he spent a month teaching english in Kenya, which inspired him to travel and sparked an interest in positive change on an international level. Subsequently he went on to study sociology with an interest in international development projects. His passion project, creating a kickstarter for development projects brought him to his calling: using technology for positive change. Now teaching at Le Wagon, educating himself about blockchain technology and working as a freelance developer while travelling the world.
After studying Social Sciences Michèle decided she wanted something else entirely, applying for the first Le Wagon bootcamp in Amsterdam. Le Wagon instigated a profound change in Michèle and she welcomed the programmer lifestyle with open arms. Her love for programming rubbed off on those around her and she was swiftly invited to be the bootcamp manager for the second batch of Le Wagon in Amsterdam. After the batch ended she started working and living as a digital nomad, teaching in multiple countries and starting her entrepreneurial career with the company 'Unless'. Together with Lars Böhm they specialize in making and mentoring products for startups.
After 8 years working on e-commerce apps, Cecile now likes sharing her passion for Ruby and Rails. Coming from Lille, she's an active member of the local Ruby & Rails community (co-organizing Rails Girls & Ruby Burgers events). Initially a teacher at Le Wagon Paris, she also teaches in various European cities to bring our students all her experience and expertise!
After dropping out of business school out of extreme boredom and launching his first education startup, Nicolas decided to up his game by learning how to build websites and applications @ Le Wagon Paris. Now a professional developer, his time is shared between freelance projects, development coaching and his true passion, helping new Le Wagon students on their way to code awesomeness.
A former senior international TV correspondent for Russian networks, Andrey fell in love with programming while working in France and decided to change his career entirely. After graduating from Le Wagon in Paris he found his calling in helping people from different walks of life to discover the beauty of code. Considers programming a form of creative writing.