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Social Impact Through Education

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Coding Bootcamps Providing a New Path

Three Month Boot Camp

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On Hands Instruction

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Private Cloud for Social Impact

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Veteran Transition Through Education

For Veterans and their Families

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Media Data Network

Social Impact Through Education

Media Data Network with Rex Programming is a STEM program that teaches students how to create video games, animations, websites, mobile apps, robotics, and software applications by teaching computer coding skills. Coding is a universal language spoken by programmers all around the world. Programmers in China speak the same language as programmers in the United States. We help foster a new generation of programmers that are using knowledge developed all over the world. The Company currently offers multiple  Coding Boot camps.

The curriculum is a collaborative effort between REX Programming, Community Council Greater Dallas, Veterans Transition Resource Center,  See Us Now Staffing,  and Media Data Network teachers and computer science experts. The program is fast paced for students to follow. Every class has a quiz and homework associated with it. Each class is taught by a teacher who mixes both formal and one-on-one instruction with hands-on learning and group projects in a fun, supportive environment. Kids have incentives for finishing the classwork, homework and quizzes. The Company is putting together a curriculum in a Learning Management System (LMS), which will be available to individuals who want to start a Rex affiliated program in their area.

Computer science skills are in high demand. Seven million job openings in 2015 were in occupations which value coding. Programming jobs are growing 12 percent faster than the market average.  According to a 2016 Gallup study, 90 percent of parents of K-12 students in the US want their child’s school to teach computer science, but only 40 percent of schools offer computer science classes in which students learn programming or coding. In addition, 71 percent of all new jobs in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) fields

Our services

Education for Social Impact

Media Data Network is a STEM program provider that collaborates with leading curriculum developers to deliver highly effective IT Bootcamp offerings. Our rapid training and development in the IT Bootcamp format allows students to learn Full Stack Programming methodologies to create video games, animations, websites, mobile apps, robotics, and software applications by teaching front-end and back-end computer coding skills. Coding is a universal language spoken by programmers all around the world. Programmers in China speak the same language as programmers in the United States. MDN Programming helps foster a new generation of programmers that are using knowledge developed all over the world.

Workforce Collaborative

Media Data Network as the convener has established a community-based, complete workforce development program, The Las Vegas Area Workforce Collaborative, (the Collaborative) which proposes to establish an entry path for Veterans and their families as well as low-skilled, unemployed and/or underemployed workers into the Software Development industry and continue providing the client support 6 months after employment. MDN is offering two vertical training solutions. Veterans Transition Resources (VTRC) For Veterans and their families. MakersWay for the unemployed and underemployed residents seeking to change career paths to improve life conditions.

Coding Bootcamps

Through Collaborative Partners qualified jobseekers can be prepared for and find jobs in multiple growth industries: Information Technology (IT), Drones, robotics, MEAN Stack, Python programming, Advanced Manufacturing, Logistics/Warehouse Distribution, Construction, Transportation and IoT. Training for participants will lead to a nationally recognized credential and/or degree through MDN leading towards higher wage, middle-skilled to high-skilled jobs in Software Development. Our goal is to not just get clients employed, but to get our clients into a career path with entry-level salaries well-above a living wage with benefits, therefore moving them out of poverty and into a high-demand field.

What else we teach?

Coding Certificates

Training for participants will lead to a nationally recognized credential and/or degree through MDN leading towards higher wage, middle-skilled to high-skilled jobs in computer programming. Our goal is to not just get clients employed but to get our clients into a career path with entry-level salaries well-above a living wage with benefits, therefore moving them out of poverty and into a high-demand field in which they can continue to advance and support a middle-income or better lifestyle.

Mean Stack Training

Mean Stack is an open source web stack that is mainly used to create cloud-hosted applications. MEAN stack applications are flexible, scalable, and extensible, making them the perfect candidate for cloud hosting. The stack includes its own web server so it can be deployed easily, and the database can be scaled on demand to accommodate temporary usage spikes. A MEAN application enters the world optimized to take advantage of all the cost savings and performance improvements of the cloud.

Mobile Apps Development

We provide mobile app development and marketing for a plethora of industries. Focused on Attorneys, Restaurants, Security companies, and social impact entities.

Drone Programming

Drone Programming Primer for Software Development, where you will learn of the core open source software projects that are fueling the progression of today’s drones! The collection of open source software projects empowering drones (which we will call the flight stack) is transcending its hobbyist roots and is branching out into business applications at a high rate. This is going to translate to demand for drone engineers/developers who understand the open source flight stack. This course will serve to introduce and familiarize you with the flight stack, which includes the following: · Firmware (To run the drone’s hardware) · Middleware (Communication glue between projects) · API to Firmware (High level commanding of drone with Ground Control Stations and Python scripts) Think of this course as a gateway to becoming a drone engineer/developer. We will cover all of the layers of the flight stack, with slightly more focus on the API to Firmware layer. We will use a simulated drone as our test vehicle, so you can start drone coding right from your computer!

Robotics

The objective of this class is to introduce students to the basic issues of software engineering and how it applies to robotics. Design of robot systems poses a number of challenges both in terms of providing basic methods for navigation, manipulation and interaction and in terms of integrating methods into operational systems. The software engineering covers the design, analysis and synthesis of systems for real-world operation. The course will present several basic methods in software engineering, their application in robotics and how such methods can be implemented using state of the art software systems.

Collaborative Partners

Community Council Greater Dallas

REX Programming

See Us Now Staffing

Veterans Transition Resources Center

Who has attended REX Boot Camps so far

Web Development
Data Science
Robotics
Drones

About us

Media Data Network in association with REX Programming and  the Community Council of Greater Dallas (CCGD)  Sponsoring the Skill QUEST program  offers Coding Computer Boot Camps in Nevada. 

Growing Skills Gap

With a growing skills gap in America, the nation is faced with an overwhelming number of unemployed and underemployed residents, while at the same time, a pervasive need for middle-skill technology workers exists.

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Addressing the Crisis

The Media Data Network  as the convener has established a community-based, complete workforce development program, The Las Vegas Area Workforce Collaborative, (the Collaborative) which proposes to establish an entry path for low-skilled, unemployed and/or underemployed workers into the Software Development  industry and continue providing the client support 6 months after employment.  The MDN is expanding its reach under the MDN educational Project beginning with a Nevada Branch.