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  • 11 Full Time computer programming courses

    Computer programming languages can be very complex, yet knowledge of them can get you straight onto the career ladder. Computer programming courses usually focus on one of these languages, teaching you what you can do with them and how to understand them. Typical computer programming courses are held in small groups at computers, so you will need to be confident with technology before joining.

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    View 3 Full Time Computer Programming courses

    at Decide Learning

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    at Case Training

    in the UK

    • COBOL Programming and Introduction to TSO, ISPF & JCL

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    at NobleProg UK Ltd

    in the UK

    • Apache Tomcat and Java EE Administration
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    at Javaconsult

    in the UK

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    at Big Wheelers South Wales

    in the UK

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    Subject Focus: A Second Life
    Add some IT programming skills to your arsenal and brave a whole new cyberworld… In 2003, the doors to a whole other universe were opened to the public with the launch of ‘Second Life’, an internet-based virtual world. Inside this virtual world – accessed through downloading a viewer program to your computer – users are able to interact with each other through animated characters called avatars and chat, trade, and participate in activities together. As of 2011 there are more than 20 million registered user accounts. Along with several...