The experience was utterly fantastic. I moved to London temporarily just for Le Wagon. Along with work, the course was my life and I can sincerely say that the course was worth the time, effort, and expense.
I had the chance to host one on the entrepreneurial talks that Le Wagon put on during the bootcamp. I chose to interview Melinda Roylett, who's the current European Lead at Square. There are so many extra-curricular opportunities and events at Le Wagon, which really help to enrich the experience. It was recorded for the podcast too if you want to listen!My take on the experience? Best part: Working on the Airbnb clone which eventually evolved to become our final project. Worst part: Mostly talking only about the course while at the course for 9 weeks haha!
My team was a diverse group made of four different nationalities (Italian, British, Polish, and American)
I learned nearly as much from observing the team as I did from the course.