I did Fullstack dev, full-time. The professors are incredibly prepared, they know that you need to know and their empathy with the students are so nice. If want to enjoy the travel I recommend studying JS or Ruby before, at least a cheap course, then you can learn faster in LW. After the Bootcamp you can continue learning because LW gives the resources to do it. They have an incredible community in Slack that someone always wants to collaborate with you on your doubts.
The only problem that I found is with the job support, that part is a little poor the support that they give you.
You must realise that 9 weeks is very good to learn the first steps in dev, but after LW you need continuous learning and learn JS maybe React. I recommend LW even though these two things because if you want to be a good Web dev, you must learn most of the things yourself, and LW give you what do you need to be able to do it.
It is a good way to get started into the coding world. In anycase, most of the people who studied with me did not finally work as developers. If you want to become a developer, please have in consideration you can not learn in 3 months what people have learnt during 4 years in a University. On the other side if you want to get in touch with code, an overview about that, understand how to create an MVP, how a Database works in a fresh and entrepreneur surrounding then LeWagon can be ok. Have in consideration you will learn Ruby on Rails (which is not the most used language) and Phyton and they have a big community but don’t help you to find a job or internship after the course.View more
I think what I really liked and what was really important to me, that I found in Le Wagon was that they gave me the correct guidance and viewpoint on how to approach coding. I had been trying to learn on my own, and was doing okay, but I think it’s really important to know where to start, how to learn, and have someone to help you when you get stuck while programming at the beginning. The program was for two months, which taught me all the essentials I needed to know to become a developer and get a job as one. My favourite thing though, apart from the incredibly professional and great teachers was the approach they used, It was a business oriented program, which will teach you to code while developing an idea of your own (your startup). Which is really great because you can make or create your business ideas to reality. After the course, I got a job as a developer. They give you a personal account where you can learn and access forever, and a lot of links, books and a community where you can find jobs, and more!View more
+450 hours of coding
1 functioning MVP – Minimum Viable Product (www.leaplayover.com)
This is a brief summary of my 2019 summer. During the last 9 intensive weeks, I had the privilege to meet, share ideas, and most importantly, I learn how to code along with 27 sharp minded classmates from around the globe.
I totally recommended this life changing experience, as it was for me it has been also for my close school friends, which now are fully employed and engaged with their careers.
Now is your time to choose wisely and change your life.View more
I was a full-time student at Le Wagon’s Data Science bootcamp in spring 2021.
In just two months, Le Wagon helped me build my coding and data science skills. The curriculum is built around exercises, rather than theory, that gradually build up in complexity. I started with barely any experience in coding, let alone in data science, to solving complex problems using a wide range of tools including Python, SQL, and machine and deep learning algorithms.
Apart from the actual course, Le Wagon’s community is very active, helpful, and international. Whether I’m seeking help for a code I’m working on, or international job opportunities, I know I will find answers within the community.
In short, I highly recommend Le Wagon’s data science bootcamp which is definitely worth its price.
N.B. Accommodation was not applicable to me.View more