Building Upgradeable Computers for the Age of Collaborative Computing
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e-Learning that works! 

I liked the interactive part. I also like the test at the beginning. It made me aware of what I really knew, and what I needed to focus on.

--Elizabeth S., Student

 

Representatives welcome to make inquiries
Interview with John Duncan

We are actively seeking established trainers, computer stores, VARs, educators, facilitators, and sales representatives to represent Duncans. 

Here are a few who have recently affiliated with us. 

Computer Software Solutions - LaSalle, Ont. - Brian Robinson

Essential Business Services - Quesnel, B.C. - Hilma Sinkinson

          Want to represent us? - please email us...we will phone you!

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"In your career, knowledge is like milk. It has a shelf life stamped right on the carton. The shelf life of a degree in engineering is about 3 years. If you're not replacing everything you know by then,
your career is going to turn sour fast."                                                                      
--Louis Ross, Ford Motor Co., CTO to a group of engineering students