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First session of Software QA class at Portnov Computer School – part 3. What is Software Testing job market in general and specifically in San Francisco Bay Area. Since 1994 we have being specializing in career training in the area of Software Quality Assurance. School name is a well known and widely recognized brand in the Software Testing world. The Portnov Computer School is not a purely academic but rather job market driven short-term training institution, which measures its success in job placement of the graduates. Majority of our students join the program because they want jobs, not degrees – 90% of them already have college degrees in all the imaginable fields including IT, mechanical and electrical engineering, teaching, accounting, etc. Whatever your previous professional and educational background – there is a good chance that in 4-6 month you will be working in Software QA field after completion of our classroom training and an internship with a local software company. With 13 years of experience in job placement and writing SQA resumes, with over 2000 graduates working in practically all the Silicon Valley companies, with hundreds of our graduates working as QA Directors, QA Managers, and QA Team Leads our job placement assistance is really unparalleled. Looking for a career change? Have gap in employment? Lost the competitive edge? Do not feel confident to start your job search campaign? Not happy with your current job? – If your answer to any of these

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Vacation Bible school offerings this summer in Hernando County
By Gail Hollenbeck, Times Correspondent Friday, June 3, 2011 As the summer months arrive, churches across Hernando County will be offering the opportunity for children to have a free week of fun while learning Bible lessons. Six vacation Bible school programs give a variety of choices. • • • A “visit” to New York City is possible through the “Big Apple Adventure: Where Faith and Life Connect …

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22 apply for high school principal job
HAMILTON-WENHAM — Twenty-two candidates have applied to become the next principal of Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School. Superintendent Raleigh Buchanan, superintendent of the regional school district, said the search committee aims to begin interviewing finalists within the next week.

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Search for school superintendent yields seven prospects
West Milford The search for a new superintendent of schools is winding down. Tuesday night, Interim Superintendent John Petrelli said that R-Pat Solutions, the consultant hired by the district to help recruit suitable candidates for the position, has referred seven candidates for the job of West Milford Superintendent of Schools. Although names of the candidates were not available, it was …

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High school roundup: Harris County nips LaGrange on walk-off homer
HAMILTON, Ga. — In extra innings, Harris County prevailed 10-9 Saturday over LaGrange as Andrew Fears led off the bottom of the ninth with a walk-off home run.

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Malibu High School sports wrap (Oct. 25-Oct. 29)
Boys water polo: The team went undefeated for the week, with easy victories against Villanova and Carpenteria. With these two wins, the boys capped off an undefeated season in league play. Seniors Ryan Brown and Kris Kaliakin led the Sharks, who have only lost one game this year. Next for the Sharks are games against Arroyo Grande and Santa Monica in what are their last two matches of the …

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High School Roundup 10.14

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GMC Middle School softball team still unbeaten
The GMC Middle School softball team may not taste a defeat this season after pulling off another fantastic string of victories to boost their record to 15-0 on the season.

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High school scoreboard
Soccer St. Joseph 1, Marshall 0 Halftime – St. Joseph 1-0. Goal – Isaac Hernandez. Assist – Kevin Chaddock. Saves – Evan Hampton (SJ) 8, Sean Murphy (M) 8. Shots – St. Joseph 13, Marshall 11. Record – St. Joseph 7-5-1. Sturgis 2, Lakeshore 1 Halftime – Lakeshore 1-0. Goals – Lakeshore: AJ Lehmann. Sturgis: Alvaro Cardiel, own goal.

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