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More focus on Practical then theory. Case study for QA in popular industry Domain.
AITE Certification. Resume Prep help. Mock Interviews. Free Repetition. Interview Questions and Resume Prep assistance. On Job Support. Weekends/Weekdays classes. Online/Classroom sessions. FREE CAREER ADVICE.
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Student brings their own laptop. Please refer to our website at InstituteUSA.com for course details and contents.
Theory and Lab sessions are provided. Case Studies are provided. Prior experience will help you but not needed. Will refer real time projects for better understanding of subject.
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What do you love most about your job?
Software Testing is essential part of software development Life Cycle. You are NOT developing a new product but you are testing a already developed product. Makes the life easy since you been given specs and your job is to match "given specs" with Actual. Don't you think - ITS COOL Documentation.;
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