Brayden elpers - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile


When Brayden elpers arrived at TestsForge to develop computer software, he brought with him 20 years of hands-on experience. Throughout his previous work experience, Brayden elpers has been responsible for tasks that relate to Java technologies, .NET technologies, and Web application development. He's worked as a Software Test Automation Associate, Technical Staff member, and Windows Application Developer. His initial degree came from The University of British Columbia, though he later obtained a second degree from Northeastern University. His research is focused mostly on the following certification exams: 156-215.71 Check Point Certified Security Administrator R71, 642-467 Integrating Cisco Unified Communications Applications, 200-001 Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices, 9E0-911 ATMMS, HP2-N34 Selling HP BusinessService Automation Solutions, HP0-M44 HP SiteScope 11.x Software, 640-721 IUWNE, HP0-381 Configuration & Management of HP Integrity Mid-range Servers, HD0-200 HDI - Qualified Help Desk Senior Analyst, 3203 Avaya Aura Messaging Implementation and Maintenance, 646-362 CXFA, HP2-K20 Supporting HP P2000 StorageWorks Solutions, JN0-355 Junos Pulse Secure Access, Specialist (JNCIS-SA), 642-052 RSS/FE, HP0-780 NonStop Structured Query Language (SQL), 642-997 Implementing Cisco Data Center Unified Fabric, HP0-090 HP-UX Virtual Server Environment, HP0-W03 Advanced SAN Architecture Certification, 350-001 CCIE Routing and Switching Written. Brayden elpers also creates the website of mojavewater. The Mojave Water Agency website is an effort to help the community as well as engage stockholders in a public collaboration to benefit San Bernardino County, particularly the High Desert area. This land encompasses 4,900 miles and requires an annual allotment of 82,800 acre feet of water. More water is required than is being replaced naturally and so now more than ever it is crucial to use conservationist strategies to avoid overdrafting. A court recently ordered the agency to find new sources of extra water and thus begins MWA’s partnership with the local community, and other agencies in the state, in order to create a more efficient way of accommodating San Bernardino County. Brayden elpers’s site draws attention to the key issues and the site details some initiatives, such as mini-tours of the agency, educational content on drought and water issues, as well as audio presentations and upcoming agendas. This is a site that can help the community to understand pertinent issues of water usage.



1. About the webpage mojave-river.html: The Mojave River is the most important part of the desert and has been called the “life blood” of the area. Brayden elpers’s informational page on the river also provides pictures, showing parts of the river, which can be greatly affected by the 50,000 acre-feet of water that enters every year. ...The Mojave River is the lifeblood of the desert. Flows in the river cause a majority of the natural groundwater recharge that occurs within the Mojave Basin...

 

2. About the webpage general-info.html: Brayden elpers’s information page on MWA explains more about the 4,900 square mile area encompassed in the High Desert, and part of MWA’s boundaries. The page also explains the agency’s mission, as well as partnered companies that work to maintain resources. ...The MWA's boundaries encompass approximately 4,900 square miles of the High Desert in San Bernardino County. As a state water contractor, MWA is entitled ...

 

3. About the webpage conservation-programs.html: In a time of national drought, water and energy conservation is so important, particularly in desert territory. Brayden elpers’s page explaining these programs focus on conservation efforts in the way of “cash for grass” campaigns. This replaces grass, which requires heavy watering and substitutes gravel and or bushes. ......

 

4. About the webpage why-do-i-pay-property-taxes-to-mwa-.html: Many people wonder why they have to pay property taxes to the Mojave Water Agency. Brayden elpers’s MWA page explains the California Water Code, as well as the distant future passed 2035 when the time period ends. The page also provides a phone number for additional information. ...The Mojave Water Agency (MWA) has the authority granted under Section 97-16 of the California Water Code to levy property taxes, collected through the San Bernardino County...

 

5. About the webpage files/LateCenozoicStrike-SlipFaultingintheMojaveDesertCA.pdf: Brayden elpers’s website for Mojave Water relates the study of strike-slip faulting in the Mojave Desert. This study by the Department of Geology and Geophysics at Louisiana State University is explained in a paper by Roy K. Dokka and Christopher J. Travis. ......

 

6. About the webpage state-water-project.html: Brayden elpers’s MWA Water Project page describes details of the State Water Project, a supplemental source of water. Thus far, over 82,000 acres of Table A water rights are available to the agency. Find out how this projects affects residents in Southern California. ...The State Water Project provides Mojave Water Agency's source of supplemental water supply--that is, supply used to supplement natural water ...

 

7. About the webpage about-the-committees.html: The About the Committees page by Brayden elpers for MWA lists a variety of committees in charge of debating and deliberating over matters that concern the community, specifically as regards water usage. The board of directors uses the committee format to discuss matters and then makes recommendations to the entire board. ...The Mojave Water Agency's Board of Directors uses the committee format where in-depth discussion, debate, and deliberation occur on matters which the Board must decide. ...

 

8. About the webpage silverwood-lake.html: Brayden elpers’s MWA site shows pictures of Silverwood Lake, as well as a profile of the lake. The river was constructed in 1971. On this page, you can read about where the water comes from and how surface drainage affects water volume. ...Silverwood Lake is owned and operated by the State of California and is operated by the state's Department of Water Resources. Although it is also used for recreational activities...

 

9. About the webpage morongo-pipeline.html: The Morongo Basic Pipeline is 71 miles of underground pipeline constructed by MWA, connecting water from the California Aqueduct in Hesperia to the Rock Springs Recharge site at the Mojave River. On this page, Brayden elpers explains how the pipeline works and is diverted so that residents can get an ample supply of water in the desert. ...The Morongo Basin Pipeline is a 71-mile underground pipeline built by the MWA that brings water from the California Aqueduct in Hesperia to the Rock ...

 

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