How to spot an SDET professional training that is a sham

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Let’s start with the definition of a sham.

SHAM — something that is not what it purports to be

A sham is something fake that assumes the appearance of something else that is real. Like a sham marriage that is used for getting citizenship. Or a sham resume that mentions jobs and companies that do not exist. Or a sham training that pretends…




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