A unique learning experience.
Our program curriculum.
Phase 1. 产品设计
Phase 2. 前端开发
Phase 3. 后端开发和数据处理
Phase 4. 团队合作项目
Stefan Wawrzyn was an officer in the Canadian Army in his past life that ended up in Shanghai in 2017. In 2018, he quit his job teaching kids English and joined back #194. Ever since then, he’s worked on a number of freelance projects and started DuanDuanZu with some of his fellow batchmates.
David is a freelance software developer and someone who loves sharing their knowledge through online tutorials. Self-taught programming while folding cloth at Uniqlo back in 2014. He has been coding for over 5 years and has worked with companies like LVMH, Atlas and Choxue. David is now part of Shanghai Coders, where he shares his expertise on WeChat Mini Programs to the public.
Xiaohu worked as a design engineer at multinationals like Alstom and GE. He wanted to make some changes in life and joined Le Wagon coding bootcamp. Now, he does some freelance projects on development and consultation. He realized that he really enjoys working in the tech world.
A graduate student with MS in Computer Science from Rutgers University, Wuqian began his career as a Project Manager at Makeblock Co, until transitioning to a Software Developer position at Oracle. Currently, Wu Qian is one of the founding partners of SucSEED a Shenzhen-based startup platform, connecting young entrepreneurs with mentorship and guidance in the early stages of their company.
Victor has over 5+ years experience working as a Software Engineer in Brazil and China. He helped grow his first startup from 10 employees to over 150 with a product that serviced over 10 million users. Now, Victor works as a Full Stack Engineer for AE Studio, a California based digital agency servicing some of the biggest companies in the world.
Alex is a skilled Software Engineer with nearly a decade of experience in the IT and Tech industry. Throughout his career, he's worked as an IT technician with companies like Harvard University, Logix Health, Umass Boston & Amherst, and Dataxu. Now he's focused on teaching and mentoring others who are interested in entering the tech field.
"I have Le Wagon to thank for my current job. Aside from the obvious benefits like learning how to code or managing projects, one of the less obvious perks of Le Wagon is its network. If it weren't for its vast alumni network along with the skills it's armed me with, I would not be able to work in this role today."
—— Christopher Yu
Digital Strategist, Wiredcraft