Brady rogers - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile


Brady rogers's comprehensive understanding of technical concepts such as the programming of customer oriented systems came from his education at Kakatiya University and the University of Michigan. He also gained expertise in the concepts of C and C++ design while pursuing his education, and all of these technical skills make him suitable for the software development position that he holds at TestsForge. Brady rogers has also enjoyed working for Apple, Tata Consultancy Services, and Cisco Systems as a Senior Software Engineer, Software Developer, and Assistant Systems Engineer. His research is focused mostly on the following certification exams: HP0-J48 Designing HP StorageWorks Solutions, 7004 Avaya Communication Server 1000 for Avaya Aura® Maintenance, 640-760 Supporting Cisco Service Provider IP NGN Operations, 220-801 CompTIA A+, 312-49v8 Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator, ISFS Information Security Foundation based on ISO/IEC 27002, 1Y0-900 Citrix Provisioning Server 4.5:Administration, 648-385 Cisco Express Foundation for Field Engineers, HP0-302 HP Planning and Designing HP Superdome Server Solutions, E20-050 EMC Technology Foundations - CLARiiON, HP2-H18 Selling HP Retail Point of Sale Solutions, JN0-331 SEC, Specialist (JNCIS-SEC), HP0-236 Supporting SAN Infrastructure & Solutions, HP0-698 Supporting the HP ProLiant Storage Server Product Family, 642-780 Maintaining Cisco Service Provider VPNs and MPLS Networks, HP2-B80 Selling HP Imaging and Printing Solutions, E20-512 Business Continuity Specialist Exam for Storage Administrators, 642-185 Implementing Cisco TelePresence Solutions Immersive. Brady rogers also creates the website of brewerygems. Brewery gems are collectibles from breweries all across the nation. Popular memorabilia includes mugs, steins, beer glasses, embossed or etched bottles, trays, and signs. Even the accessories are fun to collect as they may have company logos on the bottle openers, mini-bottles, patches and tap handles. Brady rogers helped create this site in collaboration with Gary E. Flynn, who is a longtime brewery gem collector. The site is a gateway for both buyers and sellers. You can buy the items onsite, or you can get in contact with Gary who buys “breweriana” from other collectors. Historical gems are searchable on the site and there is also a history section making note of several historical companies and dynasties. There is a foreign collectibles section, featuring the greatest mementos from all over Europe, including Germany, Italy, France, and even as far as Mexico, Japan and the Philippines. Come see why this hobby is so exciting and nostalgic.



1. About the webpage taps.htm: Tap markers and tap handles are among the most popular brewery collectibles. Brady rogers’s store page for Brewery Gems features some of the most interesting themes and logos, as well as the condition they are in. There are also tap handles from Canada and other locations.

 

2. About the webpage olympia.htm: The Olympia Brewing Company was first established 1902 as this historical page by Brady rogers explains, before ultimately retiring in 2003. Its management dated back to 1896 when it was called the Capital Brewing Company. Learn of the brewery’s history on this Brewery Gems historical page.

 

3. About the webpage weinhard.htm: Weinhard, named after Henry Weinhard, is detailed here in this page by Brady rogers that recounts the history of City Brewery, established in 1862, and then the Henry Weinhard Brewery, which was established in 1905. Many interesting historical accounts are collected at Brewery Gems.

 

4. About the webpage aberdeen.htm: Brady rogers’s Brewery Gems site is not just a store or a gateway but a link to the past. Here, the page goes into detail on the origin of Aberdeen, founded in 1901, as well as its relationship with the Pioneer Brewing Company.

 

5. About the webpage spellmire.htm: Brady rogers’s Brewery Gems page expounds on some important aspects on the hobby of brewery gem collecting. This one details the origin of the Spellmire Brewing Company, first founded in 1902, as well as its successor the Washington Brewing Company, lasting two years after the closing of the first one.

 

6. About the webpage claussen.htm: The Claussen Brewing Association was started in 1901 by Johanne Claussen of Germany, who took his existing brewery knowledge and opened his own in San Francisco. As Brady rogers’s historical page explains, Claussen was a major player in the 1900s era, and the website even lists some of his company’s beer trays.

 

7. About the webpage rainier.htm: Rainier Beer was founded in 1978 in Seattle. Contrary to the urban legend, they were never founded in 1878. That was a marketing gag invented in the 1930s. However, the history of the company, documented in Brady rogers’s historical page for Brewery Gems, explains the significance.

 

8. About the webpage trays.htm: The lost art of beer trays is worth revisiting. These early 20th century throwbacks from the prohibition era feature trays with original artwork. They are collectible and historically relevant, as Brady rogers’s store page explains. There are also newer trays for the 1970s.

 

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