In an effort to increase the number of women in technology-related fields, we’re committing to help self-identifying women pursue their dreams of becoming tech entrepreneurs, junior developers and project managers.
We believe in making technology more open and available in order to foster creativity and develop the skills that will in turn further Africa's ecosystem.
I recently completed Le Wagon's batch 98 in Montreal. This is the second bootcamp that I have attended. I attende... Read more
After working for the government for a few years, I realized it really wasn't what I wanted for a career. After pl... Read more
Le Wagon was an amazing experience, first a human one but also because we left it with so many useful skills for o... Read more
I graduated from Mechanical Engineering and over the last few years have worked for big corporations where things ... Read more
After a few intense years working as a digital strategy consultant in Paris and as board member of the social incubator Led By HER, Hanae embraced fully the world of tech entrepreneurship thanks to Le Wagon Barcelona. Learning coding in such an intensive way was an empowering experience: not only it taught her how to translate any idea into a not-so-capital intensive business, it prepared her for the African tech ventures madness she’s now enjoying as the driver of Le Wagon in Morocco, her motherland, to help tech accelerate amazing creative entrepreneurs that will have a positive impact there and abroad!
Always looking for patterns around him to gain holistic understanding. Currently a sociologist, meditator, yogi and programmer. At the age of seventeen he spent a month teaching english in Kenya, which inspired him to travel and sparked an interest in positive change on an international level. Subsequently he went on to study sociology with an interest in international development projects. His passion project, creating a kickstarter for development projects brought him to his calling: using technology for positive change. Now teaching at Le Wagon, educating himself about blockchain technology and working as a freelance developer while travelling the world.
Before landing at Le Wagon, Margo worked for three years as a litigation lawyer in Montreal. She discovered the joys of programming at Le Wagon Brussels which she completed in 2015. Nowadays, when she is not teaching at Le Wagon, Margo can be found creating and running STEM workshops for kids and teens at Techies Lab which she co-founded with Anne Collet. Despite her newfound love for all things digital, she still carries around a paper agenda.
João has been in love with web development since high school, he has background in Computer Science and Electrical engineering and soon realised that the web was his passion. Former bartender in Lisbon’s busy nightlife, student from Batch #28, teacher assistant in Le Wagon and now devoted to teach code from 0 to hero, hoping to inspire people to be creative and independent in this fast paced, high tech world.
You work at a company in Morocco or have created your own? Learn more on the options to fund your training with us.
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