Le Wagon is a coding bootcamp: students learn to develop web applications from scratch.
Since 2017, Le Wagon Lille and the MSc in Data Analytics & Artificial Intelligence have partnered and offer students a 9-week Bootcamp to learn how to code.
The initial objective is clear: open students’ minds, teach them the basics of computer programming and break down the barriers between business and technology. The programme focuses on practice and collaborative work. It teaches all the necessary skills to build a technological product (design, prototyping, code, production launch) and allows students to create their own project during the last 9 days of the training. At the end of this training, the students will present the projects they have developed during a Demo Day. In addition to being a high quality bootcamp, Le Wagon is a real human adventure where you learn to code in a team and on a concrete project.
Le Wagon is a career booster for business school students about to work in technological environments. This training will help you differentiate yourself from a more traditional profile when you are looking for Product Manager or Data Analyst positions. Le Wagon hands over all the tools you will need to develop a project or work hand in hand with a technical team and comprehend their mindset.
As the saying goes "The code is the new alphabet", therefore learning how to code through Le Wagon Bootcamp is a great opportunity! as. Le Wagon hands over all the tools you will need to develop a project or work hand in hand with a technical team and comprehend their mindset.
Upon completion of the bootcamp, you will know the basics of coding, apprehend its logic allowing you to learn new languages more quickly.
Through its 9-week full-stack programme, Le Wagon delivers a certification title of Web Application Designer/Developer registered with the RNCP (level II). This certification is issued at the end of the training after deliberation by the jury and subject to successful completion of the tests.
More than just a training course to learn how to code, Le Wagon conveys its knowledge while respecting an agile philosophy.
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