What our students think of us
Half-French, half-Danish and all kickass, Nick has always been interested in everything digital. After a few years working in advertising in Paris, he decided to jump ship and become a Wagon student. A short New York venture later, he’s now back in Copenhagen looking to inspire future coders to get started. His motto is stolen from his 5 year old niece: “There’s always something cool on the Internet”
After dropping out of his business school out of extreme boredom and launching his first education startup, Nicolas decided to up his game by learning how to build websites and applications @ Le Wagon Paris. His time is now shared between freelance projects, development coaching and his true passion, helping new Le Wagon students on their way to code awesomeness
Born in the Soviet Union, as a child Marina never dreamt about creating web applications in France. But stranger things happen, cause after 8 years as an advertising copywriter both in Moscow and in Paris, she decided to put her father's engineering genes to work. After 2 months at Le Wagon in Paris, she joined a prominent French startup and has been a backend developer ever since. Ok, it was only a year and a half ago but it feels like forever. And yes, her Soviet childhood dream actually was to become a Chinese circus acrobat.
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!