Technical schools around the world are becoming increasingly important to tech companies and their investors.

And as more students get into engineering, they are finding their skills more useful in the broader tech industry.

This week, Cape Technical, a technology school in South Africa, was named the most important technology school of the year by Forbes magazine.

Here are five things you need to know about Cape Technical.

What is Cape Tech?

Cape Tech is a technology university in South African capital Johannesburg.

It was founded in 1868, and is one of the oldest technical schools in the country.

Cape Tech graduates work for some of the world’s leading companies, such as Microsoft and Intel, and have access to a range of technical knowledge, from computer science to business development.

The school also hosts the country’s first-ever conference on innovation.

Its alumni include Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Peter Thiel, Mark Zuckerberg, Mark Cuban, Mark Pincus, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerburg, and Peter Thiel.

What does Cape Tech teach?

Cape Technologists learn to design software, software systems, and networks.

These include data analytics, networking, networking security, and network administration.

They are also well-versed in distributed computing, networking theory, and cryptography.

The students can apply their skills in a range a software development environment, such at a mobile app or an online service.

They can also apply these skills to other types of software development, such in the cloud, mobile app development, and data analytics.

What do they do at Cape Tech and what are their qualifications?

Cape Technical graduates can be employed in the following sectors: data analytics (e.g. analytics and machine learning), network administration (e,g.

data security and management), networking, cryptography, distributed computing (e.,g.

machine learning, security and privacy), and software development (e.).

Their skills also include data analysis and networking security.

The company also offers a variety of technical degrees, such those in data analytics and networking theory and in cryptography and security.

What’s next for Cape Tech students?

Cape Technology is also working on a master’s in software engineering and a PhD in computer science.

It also offers courses in blockchain technology and cryptography, and has a range on technology in healthcare.

Cape Technological students are also expected to attend a number of other events, including the IT conference, and will also work in some of these areas.

Is Cape Tech still a technology college?

CapeTech is no longer a technology institution.

But the company does still teach courses in technology and the broader technology industry.

Is the school still part of the Cape Technology University?

Yes, Cape Tech has its own research university, the Cape Technical University, located in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The Cape Technical Institute is a public university, which offers degrees in computer sciences and engineering.

But students also get an array of other degrees and certificates, including certificates in digital security, networking and networking technologies, cybersecurity, and cybersecurity and data security.

Who is Cape Technology’s alumni?

Most of Cape Tech’s alumni are students.

The university is also home to a number other alumni, including Mark Zuckerberg and Jeff Bezos.

Cape Technical’s alumni include the co-founders of Facebook, Steve Wozniak, and Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

What about the history of Cape Technical?

Cape’s founding fathers were engineers.

The University of Cape was founded as the first engineering college in the region in 1869, and it became the first university in the world to offer engineering degrees in 1871.

Its graduates are also the founders of Facebook and Google.

The campus was also the first to be built in Africa in 1882, when it was built on a site near Johannesburg’s town of Mabangga.

Why is it important?

Cape tech is an important part of Cape’s technological heritage.

It is located at the junction of Cape Peninsula and Cape Town, where a number companies, including Google and Microsoft, have their offices.

In addition, Cape tech graduates work in the tech industry, often in areas like engineering and network security, data analytics or networking security (including cyberattacks and data breaches), and network management and security (e).

In the 1990s, it was also one of South Africa’s first universities to offer a PhD. The School of Information Technology (SOIT) was established in 1993 and is currently the second oldest technical school in the South African system.

How is Cape technical different from Cape Technologist?

Cape technology is much more global.

There are now more than 60 universities in the Cape Peninsula, and Cape Technology has a reputation as one of its oldest.

This is partly because of the school’s history.

The first students arrived in the late 18th century from Europe, and the first college opened in 1867.

Today, Cape Technology has an alumni network that spans all continents, and alumni are well-connected in the global technology industry, from Silicon Valley to the United Arab Emirates.