Source: King Khalid University - Media Center The College of Computer Science at King Khalid University organized 11 training programs and technology initiatives as a part of the Summer 2020 Mobaderoon project. The program included training bootcamps, meetings, and technical lectures. The programs offered by the College of Computer Science were developed to provide participants with essential skills to compete in the job market. In line with the College of Computer Science goals — which support the shift to digital transformation and Vision 2030 — the programs delivered during the COVID-19 pandemic served to develop potential and spark innovation. King Khalid University's top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of our community. As a result, the programs and initiatives of "Mobaderon" fulfill our vision's most critical aspect, which is community service. Mobaderoon was a response to COVID-19 in that the community was offered a wide variety of innovative online learning opportunities for children, families, and lifelong learners. Dean of the College of Computer Sciences, Dr. Ali Mohammed Algarwi, explained that the number of participants in the programs, initiatives, and bootcamps reached 19,000. He pointed out that participants were from different age groups, backgrounds, and locations. Dean Algarwi noted that the programs varied between lectures in technology fields like data science, machine learning, and deep learning. He highlighted that his team developed intensive training bootcamps, which focused on practical aspects (more than 70% of the bootcamp content was practical). He thanked all those who contributed to implementing the College's initiatives. Dean Algarwi then related that his team held several training bootcamps during the summer. The first being the Ramadan Programming Python for Beginners Bootcamp, which taught the basics of Python. On the more intermediate level was the Writing Advanced Software in Python Bootcamp, which trained students to write advanced software, solve problems using algorithms and data structures, and train on object-oriented programming. Moving towards the more advanced level was the 60-hour Data Science Bootcamp, which covered the basic principles of this expansive field. Participants were thoroughly engaged in data analysis and pattern discovery using machine learning algorithms. Data Protection was also covered in the 36-hour Cybersecurity Bootcamp, which focused on discovering the most important security vulnerabilities in web applications. It also introduced the essential commands in Linux and Windows, control systems and files, network scanning tools, and ethical hacking. When it came to programs, a workshop entitled "An Introduction on Microsoft Azure" was delivered, which included a lecture on Huawei technical solutions in education and new oil data. Other lectures included the impact of Deep Learning in our lives and Oracle Cloud services.