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 ... もっと読む
When I first came across on Le Wagon website the first thing caught my attention was their slogan: “Change your li... もっと読む
Before landing at Le Wagon, Margo worked for three years as a litigation lawyer in Montreal. She discovered the joys of programming at Le Wagon Brussels which she completed in 2015. Nowadays, when she is not teaching at Le Wagon, Margo can be found creating and running STEM workshops for kids and teens at Techies Lab which she co-founded with Anne Collet. Despite her newfound love for all things digital, she still carries around a paper agenda.
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.
João has been in love with web development since high school, he has background in Computer Science and Electrical engineering and soon realised that the web was his passion. Former bartender in Lisbon’s busy nightlife, student from Batch #28, teacher assistant in Le Wagon and now devoted to teach code from 0 to hero, hoping to inspire people to be creative and independent in this fast paced, high tech world.
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.