On Fri 05 Mar 2004 16:52, Nils wrote:
> hi all.
>> OT Question, What does the Irish Computer Society Do.
Officially it's the professional body for Irish computer scientists/
information technologists/etc. It's akin to the Irish Institute of
Engineers but not nearly as vocal.
If you pay their membership fees and have enough degrees/experiences you
can put the letters MICS after your name!
Their website: http://www.ics.ie/
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