More from BICT Career Day

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As of this afternoon, around 150 out of the over 1,000 visitors to the event had lodged their applications for subsidies to AiTi. Thats over 10 percent. Pretty good going if you ask me. I hope ALL of them get approved for the courses they want to do. Good luck to all!

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Oracle University reps in da house

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Word…

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The AiTi lasses

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One of these chaps is a Lotus Notes Sensei…

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Hellewwww…

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An old buddy

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Sharpshooter!

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Was cracking my brain trying to figure out where I saw her before…

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Author: Reedz

11 thoughts on “More from BICT Career Day

  1. During Microsoft Brunei office openning last year, representing Microsoft was Mr Chris Atkinson, President of Microsoft Souteast Asia, he said …
    ‘We aim to provide the community with the tools, techniques and technology to build a knowledge based company with capacity building, development and training skills being some of our core focus here in Brunei’.

    Interesting…. again where is Microsoft….

  2. yes she is one of the climbing team members and you have good memory! Gday from down under mate!!

  3. lastholes: I stand to be corrected, but I think Microsoft is usually represented by their certified training partners for these types of events and I saw at least two of those, i.e. micronet and infotrek. The Microsoft country manager was on hand to answer any queries as well I think 🙂

  4. Thank AB, yes i did checked micronet and infotrek booths too. Microsoft should be there, just like IBM and ORALCE to support THE ANAK OF BRUNEI…. thanks mate..

  5. thanks zul…wow… look so causal… (reps from Microsoft). It was formal event with so many pg, ph and dato during the show. Get them to dress up lah…

  6. AB, was thinking of doing database classes. i think Oracle lady 🙂 explained very well about the path and methods…cheer Oracle lady..

  7. The BICT Career Day 2008 held in ICC on the 3rd and 4th May 2008, does not just end there!
    Please continue to register with IFB BICT Career Day on-line. Log on to the website: http://www.ifb.org.bn/career. And please upload your CV. Target audience: ‘O’ level & ‘A’ level students, fresh grads, post grads, HND, currently employed and also life long learners are encouraged. Take advantage of this opportunity to also understand AITI’s InfoCom Competency Program (50% to 80% subsidy) for International Certification Courses. Should you need further clarification or you have doubts and queries, please do not hesitate to e-mail to [email protected].

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