Transition from Automation Testing to the Amazing World of Hadoop: Deepak’s Journey

Transition from Automation Testing to the Amazing World of Hadoop: Deepak’s Journey
08th Jun, 2019
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My name is Deepak Punde. I have 11 years of experience in software testing in both manual testing and automation testing.  Currently, I’m working with Sungard Availability Services.

“I chose Hadoop testing because less number of working professionals is available in this domain and also I wanted to verify various entities”

I joined Hadoop testing course provided by Intellipaat. The main reason I chose Hadoop testing was because less number of working professionals were available in this domain. Another reason I choose this course was because I wanted to verify various entities in Hadoop testing.

I completed the course on Hadoop testing from Intellipaat. The faculty is good and they enjoy a reputable experience in Hadoop domain. They are very knowledgeable and had hands-on experience. I found their style of explaining the topics to be exceptional. They provided me with the big picture in big data Hadoop industry and all the nitty-gritty of Hadoop domain. I got my queries answered both during and after the course. The email support was really helpful.

“The lifetime access to videos was the deciding factor why I choose this learning platform”

Intellipaat gives the flexibility to choose live courses or self learning course. In self learning course a student go over the course in his leisure time also. Hence there was no specific time needed for learning and one could save on travel time also.

Lifetime access is helpful in the sense a student can go through it in case if he is about to go to interview or finish an assignment. I have recommended some of my friends to Intellipaat.

“I have put the Certification of Course Completion by Intellipaat in my resume”

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