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.