Founder of iCode Abid Abedi LIVE on KEXB Experts in Business || 1/29/19

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iCode Founder and Entrepreneur Abid Abedi LIVE yesterday on Newsradio 620AM KEXB Experts In Business with host Brian Glenn and Zack King Band broadcasting in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.

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Top 10 tech jobs available right now || Fox News KURV 710 || 1/28/19

Abid Abedi LIVE on Fox News KURV 710 radio discussing the top 10 tech jobs that are available in the U.S. right now.

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2017 iCodeHack NBC 5 Coverage

NBC TV5—Dallas covered the opportunities that the iCodeHack could open for all kids who were interested in their future with coding, programming, and the Internet of Things to come…and it was fun, too!!

iCodeHack Coming to Dallas, First Hackathon for Elementary, Middle & High Schoolers at AT&T Headquarters

Lifestyle Frisco, the premier news site covering events the Frisco area, recently published an article on iCodeHack, the first hackathon designed for elementary, middle and high schoolers in the Dallas Area. iCodeHack will take place at the AT&T Headquarters in Dallas on Saturday, April 16th. Read the Lifestyle Frisco article at http://lifestylefrisco.com/icodehack-first-hackathon-elementary-middle-high-schoolers/  

iCode CEO and Co-founder Abid Abedi Featured on CEO Spotlight

Listen to iCode’s CEO and co-founder, Abid Abedi, discuss his business experience with iCode on CEO Spotlight with David Johnson.

CEOs, Leaders and entrepreneurs have certain things in common: the drive, vision and heart to achieve success.

Serial entrepreneur Abid Abedi, one of iCode founders, was interviewed by Steve Klein about his experience starting iCode. The interview aired on January 12th on KAAM 750 AM. You can hear the interview online at www.playmakerstalkshow.com

iCode offers martial arts-type structure in training techno-inclined kids

Abid Abedi wants to help fill the technology talent pipeline by starting with first-graders. As a former CEO of a major technology staffing and consulting firm, Abedi knows the challenges and opportunities facing this country in keeping its IT sector energized with young, innovative minds. So in May, the Dallas entrepreneur launched iCode, an after-school …