Aaron Pruitt - TestsForge Expert Profile
Previous positions that Aaron Pruitt has held include Software Engineer, QA Engineer, and HCS Software Engineer. Aaron Pruitt's previous work experiences have spanned computer networking and telecommunications responsibilities. This great variety of skill was cultivated during Aaron Pruitt's education at both the Rochester Institute of Technology and the D.Y.Patil College of Engineering. Today, Aaron Pruitt plays an important role in the development of software at TestsForge, Inc, though he has also worked at Cisco Systems Inc. and the Rochester Institute of Technology. Aaron Pruitt is working on the following certification exams now: PK0-003 CompTIA Project+, 9E0-541 RSS, HP0-D17 Architecting HP Cloud Solutions, HP0-J39 Designing and Implementation HP P4000 SAN Solutions, 642-262 Implementing Cisco Unity Connection, 700-104 Business Edition 6000 for Account Managers, JN0-660 Service Provider Routing and Switching, Professional (JNCIP-SP), 646-562 ASAM, JN0-380 Wireless LAN, Specialist (JNCIS-WLAN), HP0-D23 Architecting HP CloudSystem Solutions - Delta, FC0-U11 CompTIA Strata Fundamentals of PC Functionality, 650-032 Mobile Internet Technology for Account Managers (MITAM), 9E0-805 Unity Engineer (UNITY), 1Y0-A25 Engineering a Citrix Virtualization Solution and HP2-B85 HP Imaging and Printing Sales Fundamentals. Aaron Pruitt also creates the website of worldsgreatestcritic. Aaron Pruitt’s new website, introduces readers to prolific movie and entertainment critic J.C. Macek III, whom fellow contemporaries refer to as “Brother Kneumsi.” The World’s Greatest Critic website offers candid, straight-forward reviews of music, all kinds of movies, television features, and literature. Macek embraces his role as an authoritative voice opining about the strengths, weaknesses and overall quality of various forms of entertainment and arts. If you are curious about an obscure movie, book, music production, or television series, chances are Macek has reviewed it and has posted his honest opinion on this website.
1. At the webpage of inglouriousbasterds, Aaron Pruitt features a review of the 2009 film, InglouriousBasterds. Brother Kneumsi praised this film, which debuted at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, as it presents a perspective of life in Nazi-occupied France.
2. House of 1000 Corpses is put under the microscope at Aaron Pruitt’s houseof1000corpses page. This Rob Zombie production unfortunately gets exposed as a cheap copy of other similar-plotted horror films.
3. With a review site as unique at The World’s Greatest Critic, Aaron Pruitt thought it would be appropriate to highlight the chief reviewer himself. Brother Kneumsi offers a unique look into his background and love of music at the webpage of abouttheauthor.
4. Finally, Aaron Pruitt has posted the full-range of Brother Kneumsi’s reviews all in one place. At the webpage of alphabetical, readers can scroll through the alphabetical listing of reviews to find the selection they want to view.
5. Aaron Pruitt has devoted an entire page to getting an inside look at Brother Kneumsi. In this section, located at the webpage of faqreview, Brother Kneumsi answers a plethora of odd questions from his many fans and admirers.
6. The 1931 James Whale masterpiece, Frankenstein, is examined at the webpage of frankenstein1931. As Aaron Pruitt reiterates in this review, Frankenstein is a classic for the ages that included production features that were simply remarkable for its time period.
7. Log on to Aaron Pruitt’s webpage of buffyfinale2k3 to see a review of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: “Chosen” series finale. Although it was a solid overall production, this review reveals why this series finale left “Buffy” fans wanting a little bit more in the end.
8. Virgin Spring is a fabulous work by Ingmar Bergman that debuted in 1960. Be sure to check out Aaron Pruitt’s review page of this movie at the webpage of inglouriousbasterds to see why this film earned a 5-star review from Brother Kneumsi.
9. Dead and Buried was the film that overwhelmed us with zombies before zombies were became all the rage. The review of this film on Aaron Pruitt’s dead&buried page classifies it as a creepy and scary film, albeit predictable, that has a great ending. Overall, horror fans will love this film that became the advent of the zombie craze.