Yup, I reckon it's just a bit of STEM waving (fnarr fnarr).
Not sure why you (or indeed anyone) thinks this amounts to a degree; that normally takes three years full time study.
This, if it's anything, looks like a rehash of the old "day release" that used to lead to a HNC.
And these were people with 2:1s.
In what, underwater basketweaving & feminist golf-course design?
Shun the unbeliever! Shuuun! Shuuuun!
Sorry, made it myself.
Pray I do not change it further.
Wikipedia has been a little hesitant to weigh in on net neutrality
You can't expect them to make a decision one way or the other. Have you never heard of WP:NPOV?
The worst haiku I have ever seen in my life
1990 called. They want their storage technology back.
Whatever Merriam-Webster may say, I've never seen fraught used with something good or desirable.
Fraught with danger - yes.
Fraught with a ton of burgers, a case of beer, and more minge than you could shake a stick at - no.
I learned to write C code by writing code, sitting in an office between two experts, one of whom later sat on the original ANSI C committee that defined the standard.
So it's all your fault recruiters always want longer experience in something than it's existed?
Also, let me know where I can buy an MP3 player with 2TB of storage space.
I've got one with 8TB.
Nerdy nerdy nerr nerr/
Given that it is not Christmas yet, you can all make up your own Monster Cable joke.
 Not that you'd know it from the shops. Humbug.
From the summary, you only have to do 3 years and you're free to move on.
Where does it say that?