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Women, Coding & The Future of Work
Feb 21 2019

Women, Coding & The Future of Work

Alice Clavel, our Lead Teacher in Berlin, talked about her coding journey to UN Women & Empower Women, explaining how it's helped her prepare to tackle poten...

Women, Coding & The Future of Work
Feb 21 2019

Women, Coding & The Future of Work

Alice Clavel, our Lead Teacher in Berlin, talked about her coding journey to UN Women & Empower Women, explaining how it's helped her prepare to tackle potential problems arising fro...

Taking the Leap Into a Developer Role After Years As A Corporate Lawyer
Feb 18 2019

Taking the Leap Into a Developer Role After Years As A Corporate Lawyer

Tair was a corporate lawyer who ditched the legal world to pursue coding. After completing the bootcamp, she is committed to continuous learning and fully transitioning into a develo...

Coding, one step closer to mastering deep tech
Feb 15 2019

Coding, one step closer to mastering deep tech

From Cambridge grad to Le Wagon, this eye-opening experience led Harry to liken the bootcamp to the matrix. His eyes are now open to the endless possibilities of technology.

The Microbiologist Who Became A Developer
Feb 13 2019

The Microbiologist Who Became A Developer

Jessica is a problem solver and an entrepreneur by nature. She graduated with two bachelor degrees, one in medical biology and another in environmental science. Upon graduation, she ...

From a recruiter's perspective - Hired straight out of the bootcamp
Feb 13 2019

From a recruiter's perspective - Hired straight out of the bootcamp

Andrew from batch #195 got hired straight after the bootcamp in Berlin during our Career Day. Read how his recruiter, Martin Schreiber, Human Resources Manager at Luna Labs, handled...

Leaving a career in big corporations to join the startup world
Feb 11 2019

Leaving a career in big corporations to join the startup world

Stephanie graduated from Mechanical Engineering and used to work for big corporations. She realized that, in her domain, innovation was hard to implement. She decided to do Le Wagon ...

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