Iliad's Niel to bring coding school to Brussels

Monday 18 September 2017 | 11:09 CET | News
Xavier Niel, the founder of French operator Iliad, is expanding his coding school to Brussels. Ecole 42, already active in Paris, will open a new antenna in the south of Brussels for up to 450 students next February, reports L'Echo. 

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