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todo

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Hi how are you all

i did some time in the University and Got kicked out xD

anyway i was thinking about why not open another Branches
something other than MalwareRemoval Like Programming or Design
with the same method are used for teaching

Looking for your Replay :thumbsup:
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Faizan Ern Prince

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How did you get kicked out?

And, there should be more university's like Programming :)

Edited by Faizan Ern Prince, 10 January 2012 - 05:04 AM.

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that's what i'm saying and about getting kicked Out i was just lazy :whistling:
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A similar question was asked here. We did have a training system set up for regular techs at one point, and may again in the future, but the biggest problem is having qualified staff to teach it, and developing the program. It requires way too much time and personnel to keep adding training programs.
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thanks sari

it's not just programming what about another topics
anyway i understand what is the problem but we hope in the future
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