Friday, July 14, 2006

CLASS IS OVER!

YES! YES! YES!



Last night was the final meeting of my IT Strategic Change Management class (don't ask me what that title means). My group had our final presentation to give and a deliverable to hand in and now it's a DONE DEAL!

The class was interesting. Because it was summer session it went pretty quickly (met Tues and Thurs from 5:30-8:30pm for about 7 weeks). I like getting these joints over so that was all good with me. Next up will more likely than not be one of the following 3 courses. Which would you take (and "NONE" is not an option smart-a$$e$)?

- Project Management for IT

- Technical Writing and Communication Skills for IT Professionals (I bet no one votes for this one

- Information Security Foundations

Wait until I get this Master's Degree completed. Imma be partying like "Rick James B&TCH!"



"I'm just getting started b&tches!"

7 comments:

T.C. said...

My vote is for: Technical Writing and Communication Skills for IT Professionals

You definitely will need it...somebody ALWAYS wants a written explanation....

AND yes being done, nothing like it!!!!!
(so ha, someone actually did vote for it and means it..but you need that security one too...big $ in that)

miKeSee said...

One vote noted. That's the one I am probably least interested in, but I think would help the most. Because I have to write papers in just about all these courses. And being able to write technical papers but also communicate technical things to non-technical people would be a HUGE asset.

lionel said...

Information Security Foundations is definitely the way to go. You're already an excellent communicator. Why pay money for someone to teach you what you already know? This is school, not consulting. Separately, did you know that in some school in England you can get a degree in hacking?

Anonymous said...

Personally I would want to take the Program Management course because that's what my boss' boss does and that is the goal but it can wait. The secrity joint is the direction to go into for the most interesting work and the Technical writing will be the most useful (TRUST ME). But your money isn't coming from the courses you are taking it's gonna come from the title of your Master's Degree.

Anonymous said...

Personally I would want to take the Program Management course because that's what my boss' boss does and that is the goal but it can wait. The secrity joint is the direction to go into for the most interesting work and the Technical writing will be the most useful (TRUST ME). But your money isn't coming from the courses you are taking it's gonna come from the title of your Master's Degree.

Dane

miKeSee said...

Well it turns out that I think I am going to take all 3. Whew!! Pray for me. Please!

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