With its culture of entrepreneurship, vast resources and Israeli tenacity, Tel Aviv breeds the best innovation. Learn to code great products right next to the Mediterranean sea, immersed in non-stop culture and the best of Middle Eastern nightlife and cuisine. Come join us in Tel Aviv, the heart of Startup Nation.
Applications are now open for our summer batch beginning July 1st.
Summer bootcamp: July 1 - August 30
Winter bootcamp: October 7 - December 6
Le Wagon TLV offers two optional additional weeks of training to help our students become ready for the Israeli job market.
Classes are held in English.
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Arbi was born in Italy where he studied Economics and earned his master degree at Bocconi. After completing his academic path, he decided to follow his passion for technology and innovation and learn how to code. He lived also in Barcelona and Santa Barbara, California, where he felt like he dived into a dynamic community where Arbi experienced the innovation and startup environment and fell in love with it. Currently, he works as a developer in Milan and as a tech-coordination and teacher at Le Wagon Milan.
I have a strong entrepreneurial background, passionate about food and building world-changing tech. King of backend, don't talk to me about frontend.
Freelance developer and Oracle Database Architect. Nomad TA.
Loving music, travel and discover people, culture and knowledge. I like also good food :)
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.
Tinco has been a developer, consultant, product manager and technology evangelist for Ruby on Rails projects since 2008. He hopes to use his passion for coding to change the world for the better. Transferring his knowledge and experience to Le Wagon students will amplify that effect!
Tel Aviv is a small city with a big city heart - where you just might run into your friends at the same cafe or neighborhood bar. If you don’t, you’ll just make some new ones. There’s always a lot of things happening in different areas of the city. It’s just a matter of knowing where the coolest neighborhoods are located and finding out where to go and when. The city is walkable when it’s not sweltering hot outside, the beach is never more than 20 minutes away, and it’s not very hard to get around.
Ours is a city that can sometimes feels like a village. Every chance encounter can be a business opportunity, every shalom! can lead to an invitation to Shabbat dinner. In proper Mediterranean style, dinners might be late and evenings are spent outside when the weather’s warm. This is a city of life, for creatives and go-getters.