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I always knew I was interested in becoming a Web Developer but I was doing a non-technical degree at university an... Read more
Before I started the wagon, I was a marketing manager of IT company in Japan. After few years of working on projec... Read more
Technology is something that I always liked, that's why I decided to major in computer engineering. It was that mo... Read more
I graduated in 2013 from a business school with a specialisation in finance, then worked for 3 years in startups b... Read more
Alice fell in love for the cosmopolitan Berlin the first time in 2010. Five years later, coding became self-evident as she attended Le Wagon in Paris, while studying at a French business school. She then worked for a start up as junior backend developer. She enjoys the crazy Berlin lifestyle, curry wurst and teaching her passion to aspiring programmers.
Karine is the perfect frontend teacher. With a graphic design background, she has worked in web agencies for several years before getting bored and joining Le Wagon 2 years ago. Since, she worked as a Freelance before launching Poulpe with Alice Morin, a Digital Agency. Above all, she's got taste, patience, and talent, which makes here an awesome frontend and web-design teacher for our students.
After an engineering school, Boris worked for 3 years in financial markets before getting bored. He quit to live his real passion, web-development and product design. Co-founding Le Wagon as CEO, he has been teaching frontend, web-design and Rails for 4 years and also gives frequent talks on technical entrepreneurship in major business & engineering schools.
Ugo graduated in computer science from Epitech in Paris and since then, he has been putting his startup ideas into practice. He is currently working on Bitit, trying to make bitcoin more accessible. Besides being an entrepreneur himself, Ugo loves to share his tech knowledge. He found out this passion while being a teaching assistant at school. Since then, he's had the chance to teach all around Europe with Le Wagon. When his not coding or teaching, he is practicing bouldering.
Alex graduated in Electronic Engineering from Imperial College London and has worked in both startups and big companies such as Cisco and VMware. These days, he finds his happiness teaching web development throughout Europe with Le Wagon. Alex loves inspiring fellow students to learn full-stack web development and build amazing products in the process.
Arthur was born in France and grew up in Italy, after graduating from ESSEC business school he worked in a french tech startup as a business developer and then decided he wanted to learn how to code to put his entrepreneurial ideas in application. Since then he's been coding and sharing his tech knowledge, teaching and assisting students at Le Wagon.
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 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.
A truly multi-cultural and cross-disciplinary person, Dimitri learnt to code in Ruby after working for years in the cinema industry. He has now found his passion, working as a freelance web developer while living in Japan! Dimitri brings clarity to problems and makes sure students deeply understand the concepts, while giving lots of energy to our classrooms.
When Cyrille realised it was time to drop out of his 5-year "engineering school" in Lyon, France, it was to join the startup scene and learn how to code properly by hands-on work. After France, he moved to Vancouver then later on to Berlin sharpening his back-end development skills. In 2015, he decided to devote his time to teaching and specifically to dev-bootcamps as they reflect exactly his idea of education for a fast-paced, high-tech and innovative world.
Jad is a fullstack teacher and an active conference speaker.
He's on a mission to inspire developers around the world by coaching at Le Wagon coding bootcamp in Europe and regularly speaking at international conferences.
Lately, Jad's focus lies on spreading knowledge about Progressive Web Apps and mentoring developers through online courses, blog articles and workshops for startups & enterprises.
Luiz Fonseca is a self-taught brazilian programmer, who have worked with many startups and companies like Coca-Cola, Qualcomm, Huawei and Google using a variety of programming languages since 2004. From building tools to be used by citizens to participate in the political process in Rio de Janeiro (he helped a school to avoid demolition by the state government), creating tools for a presidential campaign in 2014 and helping the creation of the largest crowdfunding platform in Brazil - Catarse. He is very passionate about creating impactful products that solve people’s problems.
Nicole has been designing websites and apps for over 5 years. She has a passion for creating beautiful design solutions for the digital world with experience in front-end development. She is currently a freelancer working with startups and big clients around the world. Besides that, she loves sharing her knowledge and passion about web design by writing articles on her site and coaching Le Wagon students!
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.
Sandrine has worked in tech for 6 years, in the US, France and London. She started on the VC side, then joined TheFamily's founding team in 2013 to help build the Parisian startup accelerator. In 2014, she joined the Bitcoin industry, first at Coinbase then went on to create a new cryptocurrency, which raised $1M in a 3-day crowdfunding campaign. And when she's not working, she's learning how to code (yes!).