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Finally secured training on OOAD

I finally secured a place to attend next week's “Object Oriented Analysis & Design (OOAD)" at Institute of Systems Science (ISS), National University of Singapore (NUS), from 25 to 29 January 2010.

Why finally? I was supposed to attend that course last November if not for a mistake by my company's HR. Over the 5 days, I will be clocking a total of 35 hours of training plus 3 days of gruelling 2-hours lectures in the evening. All in all, a total of 41 hours of sit-in lectures will be clocked!

2 more trainings (10-11 May, 3-4 June) by Adam Khoo coming up.

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