BTEC National IT Practitioners: General

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Heinemann, 2003 - Computer science - 458 pages
This text provides all the necessary underpinning knowledge for the BTEC National IT Practicioners qualification. It offers: case studies to enable students to apply theory to vocational practice, portfolio builders providing activities and guidance, and IVA Advice on completing assignments.
 

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Contents

LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATIONS 1
27
COMPUTER SYSTEMS
38
BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS
87
INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
121
UNITS COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
154
SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
186
END USER SUPPORT
215
BUSINESS IT PROJECT
255
DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
271
BUSINESS CALCULATIONS
317
APPLICATIONS SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
367
HUMAN COMPUTER INTERFACE
410
INDEX
455
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Jenny Lawson was born in Wall, Texas in 1973. She is an author, blogger and journalist. Her alma matar is Angelo State University. Her work includes, The Bloggess website, co-author of Good Mom/Bad Mom for the Houston Chronicle, and two bestsellers, Let's Pretend This Never Happened (2012) and Furiously Happy (2015). She is an award winning humor writer who openly shared her struggle with depression and mental illness. Jenny lives with her family in Texas Hill Country.

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