There have been many debates in the past about certifications in general and testing certifications in particular. A common doubt about testing certifications is about the usage in day to day life of a tester. Testing is particularly a human driven approach unless you are into test automation, which brings coding and code related stuff into picture.
When someone attends a workshop, many expect miracles to happen. When I say miracles, the participant is expected to deliver significant output right from the next day after the workshop. I am experimenting with Python and when I read that dir(random) lists out the attributes of the module, I wanted to try that out.
Software quality as defined by the organisations and in very specific system contexts have different dimensions. ISO 9216 defined the quality characteriscts of a system as FRUEMP(Functionality, Reliability, Usability, Efficiency, Maintainability and Portability) and then they worked further on it evaluating it via the SQuaRE (Software product Quality Requirements and Evaluation) framework to come up with ISO 25010 which took