Come to our free meetups and learn heaps of cool web tricks 💻 Next batch starts on July, 16th 2018 for 9 weeks 🚀 Hop on!
Tuition: 54 000 MAD TTC
Early Bird Discount
Receive 10% discount when you enroll before May 15th, 2018
Nationals from all the 54 African countries residing in their home country or part of the diaspora will receive 10% discount
Residents in Morocco will receive 15% discount
Female participants will receive 20% discount
* Special offers are not cumulative
I recently completed Le Wagon's batch 98 in Montreal. This is the second bootcamp that I have attended. I attende... En savoir +
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Le Wagon was an amazing experience, first a human one but also because we left it with so many useful skills for o... En savoir +
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Avant d'atterrir au Wagon, Margo a travaillé trois ans en tant qu’avocate en litige à Montréal. Elle a découvert les joies de la programmation au bootcamp du Wagon Bruxelles qu’elle a complété en 2015. Ces jours-ci, lorsqu’elle n’enseigne pas au Wagon, Margo crée et donne des ateliers STEM pour les enfants et les ados au Techies Lab qu’elle a co-fondé avec Anne Collet. Malgré son amour pour tout ce qui est digital, elle traîne partout avec elle son agenda papier.
Claire’s motto is “create, explore and share”. After graduating as an engineer from Centrale Supélec, Claire worked seven years as a System Engineer and Lean consultant in big companies (Airbus and Michelin). She then moved to the startup real working and launching the app Woom. She’s now working on the project “The New Tech Girl” to make technical knowledge more accessible using art. Mixing working environment and skills (technical, business, artistic) is what she loves. This is why she loves teaching at le Wagon: “it’s not just about teaching technical skills, it is really about teaching a team how to build a product that matter using the right technology in a very lean and efficient way”.
Luiz Fonseca is a self-taught brazilian programmer, who have worked with many startups and companies like Coca-Cola, Qualcomm, Huawei and Google using a variety of programming languages since 2004. From building tools to be used by citizens to participate in the political process in Rio de Janeiro (he helped a school to avoid demolition by the state government), creating tools for a presidential campaign in 2014 and helping the creation of the largest crowdfunding platform in Brazil - Catarse. He is very passionate about creating impactful products that solve people’s problems.
After learning Ruby on Rails in Chicago, Victor has been working as a software developer for various startups in Paris. He's living his passion of writing and teaching software by working as a full stack developer for Drivy, and organizing the Paris Ruby Workshop, a meetup where Ruby developers can pair program and learn from each other. He started teaching for LeWagon in Barcelona in 2016, loved the experience, and now he's out to share the passion of software with more aspiring developers around the world.
You work at a company in Morocco or have created your own? Learn more on the options to fund your training with us.
If you have any question on Casablanca, Morocco, or the program, feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!