the program at the school was very good. we had to take CL, COBOL, RPG II
and RPG III. the last term we had to create an application suite complete
with flowcharts (IIRC it was an AP system LOL).

Thanks,
Tommy Holden



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On 9/25/07, Tommy.Holden@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <
Tommy.Holden@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

i was a factory worker until 28 i had a back injury and couldn't go back
to that type of work so i headed to college for CIS. like you i took to
it like a duck to water. oh well i guess everyone will have to just
live
with me being in the business 'coz i'm here to stay 8^)

Thanks,
Tommy Holden


I went back at 28 also and got a Masters of Science in CIS. But CIS is
definitely NOT Computer Science. The closest we got to programming was
using Access for a project in our Database Management class - which was a
joke when I had been working on the AS/400 all day long!


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