What our students think of us
After working for 10 years as a Knowledge and Information Manager, Anne went back to university to follow a degree in ICT. End of 2014, she launched (and since then, drives) Le Wagon Brussels. End of 2015, she started (and since then leads) Le Wagon Amsterdam. An ambassador of Rails Girls, she loves helping others to overcome the sometimes frustrating learning process and seeing the bright light in their eyes when the magic of coding gets unveiled!
Simon quit his job as an IT Analyst after having read The Pickaxe book and took his first try at Rails by coding his own blog. To his surprise this was enough to find a job as a Ruby Programmer and he hasn't looked back ever since. Currently the CTO of the crowdfunding platform MyMicroInvest, he is still freelancing as he feels it's the best way to keep growing professionally as a developer.
After 7 years working on e-commerce apps, Cecile now likes sharing her passion for Ruby and Rails. Coming from Lille, she's an active member of the local Ruby & Rails community (co-organizing Rails Girls & Ruby Burgers events). Initially a teacher at Le Wagon Paris, she then joined the Amsterdam and Brussels gangs to bring our students all her efficiency and expertise!
Back when he was 19, Jad founded eTobb, a startup that connects patients & doctors in the middle east. Since then, he's been on a mission to inspire developers, by presenting advanced topics & best practices at conferences around the world. He's also passionate about open source and loves teaching at Le Wagon.
After some years spent teaching future programmers, Martin worked as a Software Engineer, Team Leader and Agile Coach. Co-founder of PullReview, a toolchain which helps Ruby developers to improve their coding practices, he took up the role of Lead Technical Coach at Le Wagon Brussels. He has been a frequent speaker at the Brussels chapter of Rails Girls and at Paris.rb meetup.