Santa trusts TEST4U

Santa Claus decided to increase the effectiveness of his gift delivery process by giving his elves the new TEST4U Gift Card so that they gain new IT skills.

The new TEST4U Gift Card now gives you the chance to give your beloved ones the most important gift: The Gift of Good Training.

Υour beloved ones will decide what they want to learn, making the ideal training combination, choosing from the whole TEST4U selection.

 

 

 

42% of ICT companies in Greece find it difficult to find staff.

42% of ICT companies in Greece find it difficult to find staff.

According to the Greek Bus# hashtag#training hashtag#business hashtag#humanresources hashtag#skills iness and Industry Association survey “Business and Human Resources”, the sectors with the most problems are Energy (49%) and Information and Communication Technologies (42%), while the lack of appropriate skills is the most important reason for difficulty filling vacancies. (27.7%). 

http://www.sepe.gr/gr/research-studies/article/14285834/to-42-ton-etaireion-tpe-stin-ellada-duskoleuetai-na-vrei-prosopiko-/

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The best European user of Excel 2013 is Christos Kiofetzis from Kavala.

The best European user of Excel 2013 is Christos Kiofetzis from Kavala. At the Microsoft World Competition in New York, Christos ranked first among the European competitors and ninth in the world.

 

Congratulations to Christos and his Instructor Aslanidis Panagiotis from the ExpertIN Computer School of Kavala.

Ο Καβαλιώτης Χρήστος Κιοφτετζής 1ος στην Ευρώπη.

50th Anniversary of Apollo and Apollo 11 had a hidden hero: the software! And behind this developers!

50th Anniversary of Apollo and Apollo 11 had a hidden hero: the software! And behind this developers!
One of them, Don Eyles, who wrote in the comments on the code on the flame ignition code: “BURN_BABY_BURN”.
Think of the Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) had to execute about 145,000 lines of code, compared to the approximately 62 million lines of code required today for Facebook and more than 2 billion lines of Google code.