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Is Computer Programming Right for You

Do you often find yourself vigorously working to solve the problems in front of you? Do you become fascinated with puzzle and strategy-based games? Do you catch yourself pondering the inner workings of everyday objects from your cellphone to the newest video games? If you answered yes to any of Read More

Coding Job Outlook and Growth

Think the technology and coding movement is going away anytime soon? CNN, US News, Forbes and USA Today can’t all be wrong when they each named at least one coding related career in their annual top jobs of the year report for 2014. Offering low stress and a highly Read More

Jason P. a PTI IT Alumni talks about his Career with Microsoft

Jason Pope, IT alumni 2003, presented a dynamic workshop for the current IT students on Friday Sept 27 in the Gallery. Jason’s specialties include Microsoft Infrastructure Technologies, Windows Azure, Office 365,Exchange 2000/2003/2007/2010/2013 troubleshooting/design, Advanced Active Directory, design/implementation, Hyper-V. With over 36 technical certifications and world travel under his belt, Jason Read More

Professional Ethical Hacking

Ethical hacking.  Seems like an oxymoron, doesn’t it?  It may surprise you to learn that not all of what is termed “hacking” is bad.  Many computer experts are well-versed hackers, and they use their knowledge to help the technology-using public.  How can Read More


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