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From Wagoner to alumni…

How did that happen? When did I become a Le Wagon alumni? Well, well, I know… The moment Matthijs Kolkman, the anchorman of our Demo Day (the closing event during which we all present the projects we’ve been working on the last weeks), ended his speech saying that we were now former students just like him. We are now part of a bigger batch (bye bye batch #45), the alumni one. OK, got it. But still, time flew in the last weeks! Last time I talked about Le Wagon was the middle of  ...

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Halfway Through…

It’s been 4.5 weeks that I’ve started my training at Le Wagon (see my post I’m a Wagoner to catch up). Four weeks and a half, a bit more than a month, it doesn’t seem much, and yet, at Le Wagon, this is huge! I’ve already learned to master Ruby (I said “learned to master”, not “mastered”, I will need more practice… But I know the basics!), to communicate with databases, I’ve reviewed and improved my HTML and CSS knowledge  ...

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I’m a Wagoner!

As I publish those words, I’m discovering Le Wagon in Brussels and attending the first day of this 9 weeks bootcamp. I’m either wondering what am I doing here or telling myself that’s exactly where I need to be (in principle, it should be the second option but we never know…). I set myself a challenge with this bootcamp which will help me improve my technical skills and contributing to more than one string to my bow. I dive into Ruby (a programming language invented  ...

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How Learning WordPress Changed my (professional) Life

Before being able to work from home or anywhere else, choose my schedule, contribute to nice projects, etc.; I was working in a very classic office with carpet on the floor, in a building with a lot of stories (and several to which I couldn’t access for security reason) and a lot, – but really a lot – of colleagues. During more than two years, I’ve worked at the European Commission (“So classic in Brussels”, as I’ve heard once even before I could  ...

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