I was one of the student of batch #77 in Montreal (summer 2017) and my only regret about LeWagon is that I didn't ... Read more
I took part of batch #77 in Montreal during the summer 2017. With a background in Neurosciences, I had been somewh... Read more
It might be cliché but doing Le Wagon Montréal truly changed my life. Before the course, I was not working or stud... Read more
My name is Lionel and I'm from Belgium. I'm a 3D Graphic Designer but I've always been interested about Web Develo... Read more
An engineer by trade, entrepreneur and startup founder, Antoine took classes at Le Wagon Paris (batch # 18) in order to develop his MVPs. A few months later, he launched his web development agency, got involved as a teaching assistant at Le Wagon Paris and decided to launch Le Wagon Montreal with his sister Marie-Gabrielle, a web strategist.
Marie-Gabrielle has worked 10 years in the web as a project manager and as a consultant in digital communications. Inspired by the mission of Le Wagon, she teamed up with Antoine to launch it in Montreal for creative and entrepreneurial minds.
Eden Rohatensky created their first website at 10, taught their first class at 15 and now naturally joins Le Wagon Montréal to teach their passion and skills to creative entrepreneurs. A developer, musician and creative living in Montreal, Eden loves making apps in Rails/Ember, releasing albums, touring across Canada, creating podcasts, writing, planning events, and speaking at various tech conferences.
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.
A full-stack web developer for 8 years, Mélanie loves projects that combine creativity and technical challenges. Driven by her entrepreneurial spirit, she has decided to dive into the startups ecosystem and to teach at Le Wagon Montréal. As a front-end teacher, she’s willing to share her passion for beautiful interfaces and her expertise to rockie coders. While not coding, she escapes from her screens to develop her photos in a darkroom.
Business and marketing focused for 5 years, with a 3-year startup experience, Boris also got into programming and design as side projects. Passionate about products, his career led him to do Le Wagon Paris and recently, teacher at Le Wagon Montréal. Full Stack developer in a Montreal based agency, he works both on front-end and back-end missions.
A Full-Stack developer, a student at McGill University and Le Wagon alumni (batch #30), Victor has a deep interest in entrepreneurship, adventure and making things happen. As a teacher, he helps students sail smoothly through the learning curve.
After a few years spent between Europe and Canada as a Marketing and Commercial Manager in multinational companies, Julien has discovered the joy of entrepreneurship in 2016 when he created in Montreal Fooducoin, an eco-friendly food delivery service. This e-commerce website required some technical skills to go beyond the MVP. That’s what brings Julien to follow the first Le Wagon’s batch in Montreal (#batch 63). Since then, he works as a freelance Full-Stack web developer when he is not teaching at Le Wagon.
Martin was enrolled in Concordia University ‘s Computer Science program but decided to put it aside to attend Le Wagon Montréal’s first batch (#63). Now Martin enjoys helping students learn on their way to becoming web developers.