What our students think of us
In 2014 Ed launched Veglo, a bike light brand with manufacturing in Asia and world-wide distribution to 5 continents. After winning various entrepreneur awards and the British Inventors' Project 2014, Veglo sold in April 2016. Ed joined Le Wagon London to promote creativity and bring technical skills to people who otherwise feel trapped an unable to build their ideas.
Building Web Applications with Ruby on Rails since 2006 (!), Nicolas is a well known fellow in the Parisian Ruby community. He's been helping startups and bigger companies in Paris and London, building and improving their projects in a wide variety of subjects, including: social, facebook apps, booking platforms...
Ugo graduated in computer science from Epitech in Paris and since then, he has been putting his startup ideas into practice. He is currently working on Bitit, trying to make bitcoin more accessible. Besides being an entrepreneur himself, Ugo loves to share his tech knowledge. He found out this passion while being a teaching assistant at school. Since then, he's had the chance to teach all around Europe with Le Wagon. When his not coding or teaching, he is practicing bouldering.
Karine is the perfect frontend teacher. With a graphic design background, she has worked in web agencies for several years before getting bored and joining Le Wagon 2 years ago. Since then, she has worked on a lots of different project as freelance (design, frontend, backend) listed on her portfolio. Above all, she's got taste, patience, and talent, which makes here an awesome frontend and web-design teacher for our students.
After an engineering school, Boris worked for 3 years in financial markets before getting bored. He quit to live his real passion, web-development and product design. Co-founding Le Wagon as CEO, he has been teaching frontend, web-design and Rails for 4 years and also gives frequent talks on technical entrepreneurship in major business & engineering schools.