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Want to change your life in 2019?
Whether to work in startup, become a full-stack developer or launch your own project, learning to code is a good way to get started.
Le Wagon is an intensive 9-week program to learn to code, which has already trained more than 3,800 alumni since 2013. They then started careers as developers, product managers, entrepreneurs, etc.
For further information, come to our Open Day. We will present you the detailed program, as well as products developed by our alumni. You will also learn more about our alumni careers. And last but not least, it will be a great opportunity to meet Le Wagon team and discover our office!
The next Wagon session will start on [🔔DATE OF THE NEXT SESSIONS]
Registration required on Eventbrite -> [🔔EVENTBRITE LINK]
We look forward to meeting you soon!
Le Wagon team
Fevereiro 5, 2020
06:30 - 07:30
XNode, Jing'An Space
Overseas chinese mansion, 5/f, 129 yan'an west road, 200000 Shanghai
Code and design your landing page in only 2 hours! A very satisfying workshop where students will code and design their own landing page using HTML/CSS & the Twitter Bootstrap CSS library. We will also cover lots of design pro-tips to find icons, fonts, colours.
What you will learn:
HTML / CSS core notions
Lots of graphical tips and tools (fontawesome, Google Fonts, coolors, etc.)
Introduce Bootstrap and its responsive grid system
Fevereiro 11, 2020
07:00 - 09:00
To be confirmed
To be confirmed, To be confirmed Shanghai
A sprint methodology to define and prototype the MVP you want to build. Through this workshop, you will to define your app's use case in a very clear way and find the angle that makes you different from competitors. You will also learn how to build an actual mockup then a prototype on marvelapp by connecting your different views.
What you will learn:
Determine the core user journey at the heart of a product
Zoning : the art of drawing rectangles to organize the info you display on each page. You can use Keynote, Sketch, or simply sheets of paper