Bojan Milic - TestsForge Expert Profile


Bojan Milic's initial education began in Bangalore at the R.V. College of Engineering. After graduating, Bojan Milic furthered his studies at Carnegie Mellon University. These rich education experiences have allowed him to pursue employment opportunities at NVIDIA, Samsung India Software Operations, Cisco Systems, and HCL Technologies before he obtained his current position at TestsForge, Inc. Bojan Milic works as part of a team devoted to software development at the company, but has previously served in roles such as Software Engineer, Associate Consultant, and Senior Software Engineer. Bojan Milic is working on the following certification exams now: 1Y0-223 Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0: Enterprise Edition Administration, 132-S-900 Avaya IP Telephony Design Elective, 650-298 TelePresence Video Sales Specialist for Advanced Plus (PATVSSAP), HP2-B88 HP Web Jetadmin Printer Fleet Management Technical, 646-401 WLAN, 650-261 Cisco Unity Connection for Business Edition (CUCBE), ISS-001 Intel® Server Specialist, 6102 Avaya Virtual Services Platform 9000 Implementation, 220-602 CompTIA IT Technician, 642-053 RSSE/FE, E20-855 Storage Area Network (SAN) Expert Exam for Implementation Engineers, E20-598 Backup Recovery - Avamar Specialist Exam for Storage Administrators, 650-303 Cisco SaaS Conferencing and EIM Resale ATP for the SE (PACSCERSE) and 642-972 Data Center Application Services Design. Bojan Milic also creates the website of atlantatimemachine which is the nostalgic website that presents a history of Atlanta, Georgia in pictures. Bojan Milic created this website to show what Atlanta looked like back in the old days. With old postcards, then-and-now photos of various parts of the city, and memories of famous Atlanta landmarks, this site will take you back to a time before Atlanta become one of the fastest growing large cities in America.



1. Bojan Milic provides a glimpse of Presidential history at the webpage of houses_apts/jackson1. This link contains photos of former President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s retreat in Warm Springs, GA as it appeared in the year 1947. ... As you probably already know, President Franklin D. Roosevelt had a retreat…

 

2. Bojan Milic’s commercialbldgs/waffle page pays tribute to the Waffle House. This iconic restaurant chain has a record of longevity that few restaurants can match. Visit the link to see what one Atlanta location looked like in the mid 1960’s. ... …

 

3. The Playboy Club was a hot party spot in downtown Atlanta back in the 1960’s. This was considered a very exclusive club for the city’s elite. Bojan Milic’s webpage of downtown/playboy1 tells more about this site and includes an old photo of this hot spot. ... Opening in March of 1965 in the Dinkler Plaza hotel at 99 Luckie Street…

 

4. Did you know that Atlanta has a ¾ size replica of the White House in Washington D.C.? Check out Bojan Milic’s link at the webpage of houses_apts/whitehouse to see this fascinating piece of architecture. ... On a somewhat related note, this would be a good place to mention the fact that Atlanta has another White House replica…

 

5. With so many photos of various points of interest, it can be difficult to know where to locate specific photos you’re looking for. Bojan Milic has grouped photos into convenient links so that you can choose the category of interest. Just visit the webpage of atmlinks to see the links. ... …

 

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