Uber has started a new program in San Francisco called Bootcamp, where it will train workers in programming, software development, coding, and other skills that can help them get hired in tech.
The program is being run by a startup called Open Data Labs, which was formed in 2015 to provide software to startups.
It was founded by Mark Cuban, the entrepreneur and founder of CubanVest, a start-up that helps businesses track and measure the financial and performance of their operations.
He says that Open Data is hoping to train people from the start of the new job market in order to keep them motivated.
“It’s just a great opportunity for the industry to start recruiting,” he told Business Insider.
“We want people who can start businesses, and start making money.”
Open Data says that the program is targeting young, technical workers and people of color.
For instance, CubanVist was designed specifically for people of African descent and women, and it has trained more than 200 people so far, he says.
The startup was founded in 2015 by Cuban, who said that the idea of the startup came to him when he was working on an app called Okeechobee.
The app was developed for the United States military and it had a great community of people who wanted to build apps for the US military.
It had a lot of data and analytics and was being used by the military.
He decided to create a service for veterans, and said he wanted to start an app for veterans that was specifically geared towards them.
It just felt right, he told The Verge.
But he wanted it to be a service that was accessible to everyone, and so he asked his partners to help him create it.
“I realized, OK, this is going to be really hard to sell to veterans,” he said.
“They are people who are working in the service industry, who are looking for work.
I thought, well, why not do a service where you’re helping them do that.”
Open Dat Labs’ goal is to connect with people with disabilities, and to do that through a web app that can provide training in coding, web design, and social media management.
CubanVess is currently working with the Department of Veterans Affairs to help people with PTSD get jobs in the government.
He has also built a pilot program for veterans who have completed military service, and says that they have been very successful.
“The veterans are working with their new employer,” he explained.
“And they’re getting good jobs.
They’re doing great.
They are doing great.”
He said that Open Dat is also working with people who have disabilities, including people with cerebral palsy, to help them find jobs in tech companies.
Open Data said that it will also offer training to help veterans get into tech schools like MIT and Stanford, and give veterans access to the tech community.
The company is working on ways to help other people in the tech industry, too, he said, including by helping them to network and learn from others who are also disabled.
“Open Data Labs is committed to helping people with disability and in the workforce,” he wrote in a blog post.
“In partnership with Open Data, we are launching Open Data and Open Data Lab to train and connect people with diverse skills across industries, and in ways that enable them to find new and innovative ways to be effective in today’s workforce.”
OpenData is offering free training to people with various disabilities, with a goal to eventually help tens of thousands of people, he wrote.
The group hopes that OpenData will eventually become a program for everyone.
“There are thousands of us in tech, and there are millions of us out there, and we’re all trying to do the same thing,” CubanVart told Business Insiders.
“To get to where we want to be, we have to all connect.”
The program also has a goal of reaching everyone.
As CubanVast told The New York Times, he hopes that by the time OpenData finishes, there will be 1.2 million people on its rolls, and that the number will double every five years.
OpenData has raised $3.2m from investors, according to Crunchbase, and plans to continue to grow.
It also has more than 1,100 employees in the United Kingdom, according the company.