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Le Wagon now boasts a community of 25,000 graduates from all walks of life, including a lot of entrepreneurs who created
220 tech startups and raised $820M+ globally.
Le Wagon was created in 2013 by Boris Paillard, Romain Paillard and Sébastien Saunier with the aim to build a program to teach people the skills and tools to bring their ideas to life as they felt that traditional degrees’ courses were failing to provide students with these new tech skills.
After engineering school, Boris worked in finance for 3 years before deciding it wasn’t for him. He quit to live his real passion—web-development and product design. As Le Wagon’s cofounder and CEO, he has been teaching frontend, web-design, and Rails for 4 years. He also gives frequent talks on technical entrepreneurship for businesses & engineering schools.
After spending several years working as a lawyer, Romain joined forces with his brother Boris Paillard and Sébastien Saunier to establish Le Wagon. Today, Romain holds the role of Chief Business Development Officer (CBDO) at Le Wagon.
Sébastien is a software engineer with more than 10 years of experience. He worked at Google & VirtuOz, and now teaches all you need to know about web programming and the technical workflow used in a startup.
An idiom that could be literally translated into: 'Higher education has missed the train'.
It points to this idea of a 'missing block' or 'missing wagon' in the “train of higher education”. And a wagon is a vehicle that takes a group of people (like a class of students) on a journey to a destination. This is exactly what our bootcamps are about!
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By choosing Le Wagon, you are joining a supportive community of alumni, teachers, tech recruiters. Benefit from life-long access to the course material, and to our network job offers.
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