Adriana Arce - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile
Completion of a degree from Northwestern University enabled Adriana Arce to gain a thorough understanding of application development. He has designed social and enterprise applications for mobile, web, and desktops and been employed by the following companies: Google, Juniper Networks, and Amazon Web Services. While working at these companies, he has served as a Software Engineer and a Software Developer. Currently he works at TestsForge and is involved in software development. Most recently, he works on a variety of certification exams, including: 642-747 Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Mobility Services, 642-979 Cisco Data Center Unified Computing Support Specialist Qualifier, HP2-B67 HP Imaging and Printing Assessment and Design, HP2-E48 Selling Through Curiosity, JN0-100 Junos, Associate (JNCIA-Junos), 1Y0-992 MetaFrame XP Presentation Server, Feature Release 3: Deployment and Support, 640-911 Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking, 642-654 WAAS SE - Wide Area Application Services for System Engineers and 642-889 Implementing Cisco Service Provider Next Generation Edge Network Services. Adriana Arce also creates the website of entrepreneurshipchallenge. In following his entrepreneurial pursuits, Adriana Arce has taken on the task of working with the Intel Global Challenge at UC Berkeley to develop their website. The Intel Global Challenge website, located at entrepreneurialchallenge.org, explains the purpose of this movement to change the world through creative entrepreneurship. At the Intel Global Challenge center, engineers and scientists who have entered the competition explain their goals and plans to improve the world through effective innovation. Do you have an idea that can change the world? Log on the web address above to learn how you can enter this amazing competition and shape the future with your entrepreneurial vision.
1. Adriana Arce’s pr_2009_winners.html webpage highlights the winners of the 2009 Intel Global Challenge. Be inspired as you learn how the Ihealth team from Tsinghua University in China presented their bionic technology that promises to improve the quality of care for patients with bone injuries.
2. Learn more about the background and vision of the Intel Global Challenge at the webpage of about.htm. In this section, Adriana Arce explains their partnership with UC Berkeley and how the world-wide scope of their work is challenging entrepreneurial innovation to change the world for the better.
3. If you are ready to participate and launch your idea as part of the Intel Global Challenge, you need to know how to enter. Adriana Arce provides full details on the application process at his how2enter.htm page.
4. Want to see what other Intel Global Challenge teams have accomplished? Log on to the webpage of 2010_winners.html to view Adriana Arce’s post that includes past winners from the 2010 edition of this challenge and the innovations that earned their prizes.
5. If you want to learn more about how this contest works, please visit the webpage of details.htm where Adriana Arce provides details about the competition. Check the link above and see how you or your team can become eligible to participate.
6. Visit the webpage of 2012-Teams.html and learn more about the 2012 Intel Global Challenge finalists. At this link, Adriana Arce provides narratives that describe the unique innovations these teams have created from all parts of the world.