Aspiring engineers might want to avoid a higher learning travshamockery called the Googlle Institute of Software Studies, which is some sort of online training school that originated in India.
TechCrunch points out that the folks behind GISS–some business solutions provider called C.B.Online Pvt. Ltd.–have basically not only hijacked the Google brand including name, logo and icon (above), but launched a site filled with dead links along with pictures of students on a campus that seemingly doesn’t exist. Of course, the site is now dead itself due to “Bandwidth Limit Exceeded”…and quite possibly the wrath of the Mountain View, CA giant.
Hey, but if your life’s goal is to achieve a GCPA–Googlle Certified Professional in Advanced Computing or a GCPE–Googlle Certified Professional in E-Commerce, you’ve come to the right place.
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