iCode, DFW’s premier school for computer science, coding and robotics, and Medology 360!

Frisco – 11/9/2017 – iCode, DFW’s premier school for computer science, coding and robotics, and Medology 360, a startup offering services in lead generation, business analytics, innovation collaboration and digital presence optimization, are collaborating to bring local students real life hands on coding experience. Abid Abedi, CEO of iCode and Dan Ma, CEO of Medology …

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