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Business Listing   ACSC Incorporated - Newport News, VA - Phone: (757) 595-8991


Business Listing   CompUSA Computer Training - Newport News, VA - Phone: (757) 249-7532


Business Listing   Dave's PC/VCR Clinic - Newport News, VA - Phone: (757) 877-5429


Business Listing   ECPI College of Tehnology - Newport News, VA - Phone: (757) 838-9191


Business Listing   ESI Electronic Systems - Newport News, VA - Phone: (757) 873-1045


Business Listing   Kid Tech-Jefferson Park - Newport News, VA - Phone: (757) 223-5375


Business Listing   Marine Corps Recruiting - Newport News, VA - Phone: (888) 298-2987


Business Listing   TeleCAD - Newport News, VA - Phone: (757) 596-8122


Business Listing   Tidewater Tech Newport News School - Newport News, VA - Phone: (757) 874-2121


   
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Computer training schools in Newport News offer computer training language and programming information courses that include A+ Certification, ASP, ASP.NET, C/C++, CAD, Certified Internet Webmaster(CIW), Cisco Security, Cold Fusion, CORBA, Java, Lotus applications, Microsoft access, MS Office, Novell Certification, Oracle DBA, PHP, SQL, Perl, Sun Certification, VB.NET, Visual Basic, XML , etc. These programs may be three years of concentrated work in some major field, or four years. The computing course work usually includes abstract or theoretical material as well as hands-on programming exercises, often with state-of-the-art systems.

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