Rome doesn’t need any introduction. Come and change your life in one of the most ancient cities in the whole world. Your coding bootcamp will become an all-round experience that will allow you to live for two months in the city of the Popes, of the Emperors and the artists while you change your carreer forever!
Aleksandra is a CS graduate who had escaped from a Ph.D. path and landed in the .NET world. After over 4 years in a corporate environment she tried freelancing (without regret). It all brought her to becoming a Rails developer and Le Wagon teacher.
Damian Le NouailleTeacher
Senior Developer, Independent Consultant (Ruby), based in Barcelona. I use to teach the projects weeks in Le Wagon because I love prototyping and making things live as soon as possible. The most important is to learn during the process.
Ginevra Fontes WilliamsTeacher Assistant & Freelance Web Developer
Ginevra is a triple Italian-Brazilian-USA citizen. After graduating in Psychology in London, she decided to change her career path and learn how to code. She is now a freelance web developer and teacher assistant at Le Wagon.
Years ago Marco founded an app for travelers in Bologna. He enjoyed it so much that he decided to change career. He graduated at Le Wagon Milan he wants to help new people learn to code while continuing to grow as a developer.
Leonardo Dalla ViaFull-Stack Web Developer & Teacher Assistant at Le Wagon
After a degree in Foreign Languages and a few years of back-office job, Leo fell in love with coding at Le Wagon Milan, and became a freelance developer. He made his mission to share his knowledge and help others achieve their goals through code.
Hello there! I studied visual communication at IED Turin and working as a graphic designer for three years. I chose Le Wagon because I was always particularly interested in the digital world, I think the startups can build a better future.