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An interface to collect RSS information from the Victorian CFA incident summary page, then based on the current user defined search criteria alert the user to current threats, while also providing more detailed information about the potential threat.

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    Pristine is India’s largest training provider for international certifications like CFA®, FRM®, PRM®. It has been found by industry professionals who have worked in the area of investment banking and private equity in organizations such as Goldman Sachs, Crisil - A Standard & Poors Company, Standard Chartered and Accenture. Pristine has conducted more than 500,000 man-hours of quality training in finance. It has conducted trainings for J. P. Morgan, Bank of America, E&Y, ING Vysysa, IIM Calcutta, NUS Singapore, ISB and others. www.edupristine.com

    Posted 05/29/2012
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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Qt

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2009-02-23

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