Concerned about your attires or you suits during your trips? This suits bag (or garment bag) made from natural leather is the perfect accessory...... more
Concerned about your attires or you suits during your trips? This suits bag (or garment bag) made from natural leather is the perfect accessory to prevent your clothes from creasing while making transportation a lot easier. Opt for sophistication with this genuine leather suits bag and its velvet lining. The latter has an large exterior pocket (9.8 x 12.9 x 1.1 inches) with zipper; perfect for your accessories, like your ties, your suits pocket towel for example. With its zipper that goes till the bottom of the garment bag, you will tuck-in your suits without breaking a sweat. For now on, you will not have to worry about wrinkles.Delivered without hanger Opened dimension: 40.9 inches x 22.4 inches Closed dimension: 19.6 inches x 22.4 inches Bag's handle: 3.9 inches
Advantages: good job prospects Disadvantages: not entirely IT based
...I finished this course last year and managed to get work within a month or so of my finals. The course is designed to be a conversion one for those of us who don't have a computer science background, but want to learn. It's not entirely IT related, as it does focus on 'Information' as well, so don't expect to be a Java expert when you finish. If you want to do a more hands-on programming...
Advantages: Anytime, any place, any where Disadvantages: It's almost addictive
...operly. This last statement is all the more surprising when I inform you I am now studying my third Open University Technology course, halfway in my journey to a degree, and enjoying every second!
The Open University Faculty of Technology was established in 1971 with the intention of changing the way technology was taught and how it was perceived in the world. The Faculty describes t...
Advantages: Excellent opportunity to learn many different areas of IT, only one year full-time, very good lecturers. Disadvantages: Price
.... This module may bore the 'practical' among you, but believe me - if you buy the right book, this module is very interesting indeed! I recommend 'Structured Computer Organization' by Andrew S Tanenbaum, for which I wrote a review on a long time ago!
HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION:
This module teaches you to analyse design issues of programs etc, to make them user-friendly and allow the user to...