I always knew I was interested in becoming a Web Developer but I was doing a non-technical degree at university an... Read more
I’ve always been interested in technology and have wanted to study it ever since I was a kid, but school just wasn... Read more
Before Le Wagon, I spent about a year doing various online courses to try to learn how to code. They taught me the... Read more
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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”
Nicole has been designing websites and apps for over 5 years. She has a passion for creating beautiful design solutions for the digital world with experience in front-end development. She is currently a freelancer working with startups and big clients around the world. Besides that, she loves sharing her knowledge and passion about web design by writing articles on her site and coaching Le Wagon students on the topic!
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.
A former senior international TV correspondent for Russian networks, Andrey fell in love with programming while working in France and decided to change his career entirely. After graduating from Le Wagon in Paris he found his calling in helping people from different walks of life to discover the beauty of code. Considers programming a form of creative writing.
Jad is a fullstack teacher and an active conference speaker.
He's on a mission to inspire developers around the world by coaching at Le Wagon coding bootcamp in Europe and regularly speaking at international conferences.
Lately, Jad's focus lies on spreading knowledge about Progressive Web Apps and mentoring developers through online courses, blog articles and workshops for startups & enterprises.