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Eddie Lau is a lean startup entrepreneur and pragmatic codeaholic who is passionate about web, mobile and interactive software development. He has spent over 12 years building up large scale web applications and prototyping startup products. Currently he's running his co-found software consultancy, assisting startups to plan and run their tech, and co-organizing a monthly Codeaholics meetup.
Originaire de Shanghai, Dounan a étudié la physique et l'astronomie à l'université de Cambridge jusqu'en en 2005. Tombé dans la programmation à l'âge de 16 ans, résidant aux Etats-Unis, il crée des algorithmes universitaires pour servir la recherche en astronomie. Il s'implique dans de nombreuses activités sociales et à but non lucratif, à New York puis au Brésil. En 2010 Dounan devient un consultant en technologie pour les startups dans la Silicon Valley puis en Chine, où il a rejoint Aihehuo.com comme CTO en 2015. Avec Le Wagon Shanghai, Dounan partage sa passion des entreprises sociales et de l'architecture logicielle auprès des futures générations d'entrepreneurs.
When he was still studying at JiaoTong university, Forrest co-founded Ele.me, the famous meal ordering services together with Jia Kang & Xuhao Zhang. Once he left this early venture, Forrest worked as Software Engineer for Microsoft, then moved on to become Product Manager at Tencent.
In 2013 he moved from the corporate world to the tech scene again and went full-time on Ruby on Rails as a developer, consultant for Chinese startups, and launched several tech businesses in Shanghai.
At Le Wagon Shanghai, Forrest is teaching entrepreneurs the fundamentals of back-end development and how to adopt a good workflow for a very fast execution.
Maria is an alumni from Yale University, an airport lounge sleeper, nacho cheese enthusiast, yoga instructor and a ninja back-end engineer! She moved to China in 2014 to explore the tech scene and is currently leading the development team at 5:IT, while sharing her thoughts on her blog and running a small supper club. Maria will guide Le Wagon students through the first steps of the Rails back-end framework, and help them build Minimal Viable Products!
Sergio is an alumni from Swarthmore College, who has 7 years of entrepreneurial experience in China. Since he was 18 years old until now, he has been involved the creation of 6 profitable startups ranging from music industry to education industry. He has fulfilled roles as a database architect, lead developer, and now is the CEO of a Hangzhou-based software development company. As Sergio first stepped into coding as a student at LeWagon, he is excited to give back to the community that helped him get his start by teaching students how to become expert algorithmic thinkers. He hopes to help LeWagon students develop the ability to make a backend strong enough to support an entire startup.
Thibault est un expert du marketing digital chinois et passionné par l'innovation sur ce marché. Depuis 2010 il a été chef de projet à Shanghai, consultant en stratégie digitale pour de grandes marques opérant en Chine. Il a aussi une conviction: aujourd'hui, l'innovation est le fruit des talents croisés business + tech. Thibault a ouvert Le Wagon à Shanghai pour aider les entrepreneurs à lancer des produits incroyables!
Published by Markey Tan on 26 Sept 2018
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