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Daniel Bugge

Meet Daniel

Now Full-stack Developer at Trendiamo

Geography graduate and musician, Daniel returned from his studies unsure of what direction to take. After dipping his feet in sound engineering, he started considering engineering in a broader sense leading him to Le Wagon. Working on a music app for his final product crystallized his love for development. He is now a React.js developer at trendiamo.

Next: Meet Liliana Now Back-end Developer at moo-xoo
Liliana Sequeira

Meet Liliana

Now Back-end Developer at moo-xoo

With a masters in Electrical Engineering and newly found passion for coding, Liliana excelled in the bootcamp. With Le Wagon, her coding evolved in a frictionless way that she wasn't able to achieve with self-study. Liliana was such a star in her batch that she was hired in the middle of the program as a junior dev for one of the Lead Teachers.

Next: Meet Diogo Now CEO at The Lisbon VR
Diogo Rodrigues

Meet Diogo

Now CEO at The Lisbon VR

Diogo decided to study Mechanical Engineering in pursuit of a steady career but was soon diverted by the bright lights of Virtual Reality. Not having a firm grasp on coding, Diogo joined Le Wagon. He's now running Portugal's top VR Agency, The Lisbon VR, working with the country's national brands to make their reality virtual.

Next: Meet Joana Now Full-stack Developer at Compta
Joana Reis

Meet Joana

Now Full-stack Developer at Compta

After three years working in finance, Joana decided it was time for a change. Tech was piquing her interest, but she was unsure how to make the career switch. Then Le Wagon started popping up in her feeds. She left the firm to do the bootcamp. Hired one month after finishing Le Wagon, she is now working as a Junior Fullstack Developer at Compta.

Next: Meet Maria Now Back-end Developer at Rumos
Maria Castro

Meet Maria

Now Back-end Developer at Rumos

Maria would have never predicted she would be working as a junior full-stack developer after graduating. She interned for Le Wagon while finishing her Management final exams. The world of programming started to become less opaque and more accessible leading her to join the next batch of students and subsequently launching her career as a developer.