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קרן מלגות חדשה מעמותת ITCB

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קרן מלגות חדשה מעמותת ITCB

הקרן מוצעת לסטודנטים שיגישו עבודת גמר בתחום בדיקות התוכנה ואבטחת איכות בנושא המופיע ברשימה המצורפת,

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שונה לאחרונה ב שני, 22 יוני 2015 21:12

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