Aldith Thomas - TestsForge Expert Profile


Mr. Aldith Thomas has written over forty review articles and essays on certification exam preparation. He writes a bi-weekly column for TestsForge. A graduate of Western Carolina University, he spent the year between web design and exam engine development. After the school of Computer Science, Mr. Thomas worked at IBM for 4 years. Then he joined TestsForge. He is responsible for the following certification exams development now: C2010-503 IBM Tivoli Monitoring V6.3 Fundamentals, C2010-573 IBM Tivoli Netcool/Impact V6.1 Implementation, A2050-723 Assessment: IBM WebSphere Commerce V7.0, Application Development, A2010-577 Assess: IBM Tivoli Endpoint Manager V8.2 Implementation, E20-547 EMC VNX Solutions Specialist Exam for Storage Administrators, E20-880 EMC VNX Solutions Expert Exam for Technology Architects, HP0-768 NonStop Transaction Management Facility (TMF), HP0-A20 Install Maintain and Upgrade NS-Series Hardware, 70-414 Microsoft Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure, 70-480 Microsoft Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3, 70-642 Microsoft TS Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring and 70-686 Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise Desktop Administrator. Aldith Thomas is the art lover. At the part time, he helps his friend Don Archer running the website of donarcher dot com. It’s a personal website which established since 1994. The Don Archer digital art website is a place for the artist to express his love of art as well as his family's personal journeys. Much of the artist's website is devoted to ceramic tile art. Visitors to the website are invited to view examples of Archer's tile art, which include vibrant colors, city scenes, and biblical text. Additionally, art on Don Archer's website includes portrait and digital photographs of public figures such as Bill Clinton, Harold Bloom, and Benoit Mandelbrot. Scenes of the Brooklyn Bridge and local churches also make up the digital photographs portion of the website. Multiple galleries are available for visitors to preview the artist's work in landscapes and vintage fractals. The following are some pages Aldith Thomas have created for this website:



1. Aldith Thomas creates the page of “Don Archer's Fractal Art of Wild and wooly”. Don Archer's website includes a 640 x 480 resolution of Wild and wooly. The images were made through the use of the artist's fractal formula. …This page will render somewhat slower than other pages on my site…

 

2. Aldith Thomas creates the page of “Don Archer's Fractal Art of Faultlines”. Instead of using a whole number, Don Archer states that he used a fractional exponent for the making of Faultlines. A total of eight images are available. …While relatively conventional in Mandelbrot terms, many of them are technically interesting for exploiting the faultlines that develop with such formulas …

 

3. Aldith Thomas creates the page of “Don Archer's Fractal Art of Early fractals”. On the website, it states that his early fractal art made use of conventional formulas that resulted in simplicity and elegance. Seven images are highlighted on this page. …These are some of my first fractals. Most use conventional formulas. In restrospect, many seem to have the virtue of simplicity, and maybe even elegance …

 

4. Aldith Thomas creates the page of “Don Archer's Fractal Art of Moons”. The Moons page is devoted to images that highlight a series of colorful images with no more than two spirals over a landscape. Six images are available on this page. …A series of colorful images wherein one or two distinct small spirals hover like moons over a swirling landscape.…

 

5. He creates the page of “Don Archer's Fractal Art of Ray-traced fractals”. Both the Madonna and Malcom images are included on the Ray-traced fractals webpage. These are julia fractals that made use of POV-Ray. …Ray-tracing is an altogether different technique from drawing fractals. In ray-tracing, a virtual 3-d object is created in computer space …

 

6. He creates the page of “Don Archer's Fractal Art of Mutant”. Don Archer states on his website that he views the Mutant image as one of his very strongest images. The Mutant image features bright blue and red hues. …Alas, the original formula has been lost, and despite many efforts I have been unable to recapitulate it. The image exists at moderate resolution, sufficient for web display …

 

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