Come and meet the team and students at Le Wagon to see what it's like to do the coding bootcamp! Book a one-on-one slot with us.
Venez rencontrer l'équipe et les étudiants du Wagon pour voir l'expérience du bootcamp de l'intérieur! Prenez un rendez-vous avec nous.
❄️Winter 2019 ❄️ January 7 - March 8, 2019 / 7 janvier - 8 mars 2019
Early Bird Fare for the Winter session * : Apply by Dec 3rd, 2018 and get a 500$ discount.
Tarif “Early Bird” pour la session d'hiver *: Envoyer votre candidature avant le 3 décembre 2018 et obtenez un rabais de 500$.
* Applicant must be accepted at least 20 days before the start date to be eligible for the early bird fare. The discount is already included in the stated price. / Les candidats doivent être acceptés au moins 20 jours avant le début du programme pour être éligible au tarif spécial. Le prix affiché inclut la réduction.
Classes in Montreal are in English
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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.
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.
When Cyrille realised it was time to drop out of his 5-year "engineering school" in Lyon, France, it was to join the startup scene and learn how to code properly by hands-on work. After France, he moved to Vancouver then later on to Berlin sharpening his back-end development skills. In 2015, he decided to devote his time to teaching and specifically to dev-bootcamps as they reflect exactly his idea of education for a fast-paced, high-tech and innovative world.