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Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2002 16:15:33 -0700
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Teamers:

BS in Computer Science and Software Engineering should be bypassed for a
certificate course, says E. Millard.
So teaching Ada to CS Majors is not targeting the people who really design
the application.   Another reason to get an Ada Certification course
defined?

http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/nf/20020823/bs_nf/19136

                      Elizabeth Millard, www.NewsFactor.com
Programs To Pursue

                      As a result of these and other IT changes, high-tech
workers may want to take
                      a few business and management courses to supplement
their technological
                      acumen, according to analysts.

                      One educational path that could be rocky is the
tried-and-true B.S. in computer
                      science. As Craig Symons, vice president of IT
management at Giga
                      Information Group, told NewsFactor: "A bachelor's
degree in computer science
                      would be overkill for most people. Computer science is
now really a major for
                      those who want to go into computer hardware or
software engineering."

                      Symons added that people who are interested in
creating applications would be
                      better off in either a certification program or a
business program with a focus on
                      information systems.

Bill Dale
Looking at the layoff line sooner than later....

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