I recently completed Le Wagon's batch 98 in Montreal. This is the second bootcamp that I have attended. I attende... Read more
After working for the government for a few years, I realized it really wasn't what I wanted for a career. After pl... Read more
Le Wagon was an amazing experience, first a human one but also because we left it with so many useful skills for o... Read more
I graduated from Mechanical Engineering and over the last few years have worked for big corporations where things ... Read more
Although a big fan of the nomadic lifestyle, Charly decided to settle down in Sydney to launch Le Wagon, after going through the program as a student, teacher assistant and lead teacher. He’s now willing to help new students learn how to build awesome web products and change their lives for the better!
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.
Maria is an alumni from Yale University, an airport lounge sleeper, nacho cheese enthusiast, yoga instructor and a ninja back-end engineer! She moved to China in 2014 to explore the tech scene and is currently leading the development team at 5:IT, while sharing her thoughts on her blog and running a small supper club. Maria will guide Le Wagon students through the first steps of the Rails back-end framework, and help them build Minimal Viable Products!
Paal recently moved to Melbourne, the best city in the world, to stay with his twin brother. Prior to web development, he had a background in digital business & marketing, and had been working for internet startups, as well as starting his own. Above all, his passion is to find and guide people’s talents as well as inventing fun metaphors to intuitively explain web concepts.