IBM Training Programmers in Asia

June 2008
Assembly;Jun2008, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p16
The article announces the training program unveiled by IBM Corp. in Asia. The program will help students in India, China, Singapore and Vietnam improve their programming skills. Students who will be charged a discounted rate of $30 can access different Web-based examinations covering the Rational software delivery portfolio of IBM.


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