New batch starting on the: 15th October. Classes in Barcelona are in English and students come from all over the world. Send us your application here!
Check out the startup product ideas developed during our last Coding Bootcamp in Barcelona. Students with different backgrounds and nationalities with one single goal: learn to code and change their lives.
I’ve done lots of fun things with great people, and I’ve studied in a lot of places, but never have I experienced ... Read more
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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.
It was 2005 when Gus left a stable job as a Product Manager in São Paulo to follow his dreams in beautiful Barcelona. After obtaining a Master in Digital Arts, he worked as a freelance web-designer until he decided to pick up his career in product management working for online companies. In 2015 he quit his job as a VP Product and took out time to travel and improve his coding skills. Along his sabbatical journey the red van crossed his path. He didn't think twice, jumped behind the wheel and drove Le Wagon to Barcelona.
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.