Indonesia’s magical island paradise is one of the world's most popular developer and digital nomad hubs with a fast-growing startup scene. The multicultural environment of our coding bootcamp in Bali, with students from all over the world, mixed with the exciting Balinese atmosphere is the ideal place to learn how to code, get inspired and change your life.
Prima spent the last 10 years in Singapore as a web developer and lead instructor. Before joining Le Wagon he worked in AI as a lead engineer building chat bots. He teaches kids coding on weekends, and loves projects where tech meets education.
While trekking 4 months in Nepal he found his passion for code and enrolled in Bali's first ever cohort and never left. Building his own projects, working as a freelance developer and TA he's now the camp's superstar making sure everybody is happy.
After a master degree in digital marketing and working as a growth hacker for a tech startup in Paris, Sonia decided to join Le Wagon batch #128. Her project got off the ground and she is now a remote web developer at Find My Flock and TA in Bali.
Prior to opening Le Wagon in Bali and Singapore, Dirk worked for tech companies in Barcelona and London in the areas of business development, M&A and product management. He loves creating unique learning experiences and empowering people.
At 10 years old Rayhan started to code; discovered his passion and fell in love with it ever since. In 2019 he graduated from Le Wagon and is now furthering his knowledge in web development by working as a TA and working on projects in his off time.
Originally from Rio de Janerio, Gianluca graduated and practiced as a lawyer but he decided to change his career to become a Web Developer. He graduated from Le Wagon in 2018 and has been teaching with Le Wagon at various locations ever since.