Before joining Le Wagon, Mirha tried out 12 lifestyles while blogging and travelling. At the end of this 5-year project, she decided to become a web developer and figured the fastest way to get there would be with Le Wagon. Mirha landed her first job a week after graduating and has since worked both as a freelance and remote developer in Singapore.
After more than a decade overseas, Jethro wanted to go home to London, but not to the unskilled jobs that welcome many returning English teachers. He joined Le Wagon to turn his penchant for challenge and problem-solving into his living. He’s now a software engineer, changing the rentals market at a startup in London.
As an artisan, Cassy lives through creation. Her travel blog funded her nomadic lifestyle, but that changed when a hack deleted years of work. Unable to rebuild and unwilling to remain ignorant of technology, she enrolled at Le Wagon Bali, where she added coding to her creative skillset. She now travels as a freelance developer, and teacher for Le Wagon.
A Reliability Engineering Technician, tech enthusiast and aspiring coder. Ben decided to quit his job, join Le Wagon and turn his passion into a career instead. Now he's a web application developer building Ruby on Rails applications remotely for a web-based startup.
Working in Mergers and Acquisitions with highly successful entrepreneurs analysing their products and markets has opened Amina's eyes to the impact and power of technology on societies. It inspired her to build her own tech company and not be at the fringe of the action any longer. In Le Wagon Amina did not only build a prototype but also found her CTO.
Julian was an economics student who started coding. Now he's a programmer who sometimes studies economics. Le Wagon not only taught him how to build Airbnb in three days but set him up to quickly learn new technologies. After the bootcamp he's finishing his studies and he founded his startup which allows him to get hands-on experience in data analytics.