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Caught In The Web

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Principal John Mason, ACS Distance Education

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Denise Hodges P: 07 5562 1088  F: 07 5562 1099 denise@acs.edu.au


 

Caught in the Web

 

Many computer programmers make the mistake of learning the same programming languages as the majority – of whom there is a large supply. They thereby become caught in the web of competition for jobs and risk unemployment in an industry which is becoming increasingly oversubscribed.

One way to free yourself and get ahead of the pack, is to think outside the box. You can do this by learning a language for which there is a strong demand. Here’s where a completely revised course in ASP.NET by ACS Distance Education comes in. This thoroughly engaging course teaches students how to write dynamic websites in ASP.NET.

All you will need to enrol for this course is some prior knowledge of HTML and access to a computer. To find out more please visit:

http://www.acs.edu.au/courses/ASPNET-146.aspx

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