Craig kruser - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile


Past job titles that Craig kruser has held include Software Developer, Technical Lead, and Software Engineer. Craig kruser obtained these positions at the following companies: Cisco Systems, Amazon Web Services, and Apple. As a result of these past experiences, Craig kruser possessed the knowledge necessary to pursue his current career in software development at TestsForge. Craig kruser considers Web application development and mobile application testing to be among his areas of expertise and these skills were obtained during Craig kruser's years at Mumbai University. His research is focused mostly on the following certification exams: Performance, & Support, E22-128 EMC Legato Certified Networker 7.x Administrator (LCNA), HP0-517 HP Integrity Server Multi-OS Installation and Deployment, 1Y0-222 Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server with Feature Release 3, 646-364 Cisco Express Foundation for Account Manager, 646-230 Advanced Unified Communications AM, HP3-X05 Servicing HP Mini NetBook Products, HP0-M20 HP Business Availability Center 6.5 Software, HP3-019 HP LaserJet 4200/4300 series, HP0-J53 Designing HP Storage Datacenter Solutions, 640-893 Supporting Cisco Datacenter Networking Devices, 1Y0-A21 Basic Administration for Citrix NetScaler 9.2, 640-878 Building Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Networks, Part 2, HT0-101 HTI+ Residential Systems, 9A0-058 Adobe Flash CS3 ACE, HP2-N29 Understanding HP TippingPoint Solutions, 9E0-422 IPTT, 646-223 Unified Communications Express AM. Craig kruser also creates the website of heritage-flag. Heritage Flag and Supply is a Binghamton, NY company, veteran owned and operated. Craig kruser’s goal was to help local residents easily navigate through the shopping site, concentrating on a variety of flags. The website provides contact information, store hours, as well as a toll free number. The flag selection ranges from US flags to historical flags to even international flags. It caters to individual collectors as well as companies or organizations that have special interest in flag projects, such as schools, sports organizations, and other public events. They offer quantity discounts as well as digitally printed flags. The site covers related material such as flag etiquette, accessories for flags like poles, shield holders, and sidewalk sockets, as well as banners, BU bearcats and even customized flags for schools and sports teams. In addition to an online store you can see images of flags and get their length and width information.



1. About the webpage htm/flagpoles/cnautical.html: Flagpoles are very important accessories, since they must be sturdy and of high quality. Craig kruser’s preview page explains why the single mast and double mast nautical aluminum flagpoles are advantageous. There is also information on standard fittings and deep luster finish.

 

2. About the webpage heritage_flagday.htm: Flag Day is highlighted on this page, and a history of July 4th and the lesser known June 14th, are explained. Flag Day has always been June 14, the day where Stars and Stripes was officially adopted. People who played a part in making the holiday happened are also highlighted.

 

3. About the webpage binghamton-university-bearcats/binghamton-university-bearcats.html: This flag features the logo of the Binghamton University Bearcats team, with an explanation on how the flag is made and customized. The contact phone number is provided for direct purchases. There are also links given to the The Binghamton University Bearcats and the CBS SportsLine.com site.

 

4. About the webpage heritage_etiquette.htm: There seems to be a lot of confusion over the respectful way to display and carry a flag. This is why Craig kruser’s Etiquette page explains the basics of flag presentation, from processions to wall displays and when paired with secondary flags.

 

5. About the webpage heritage_custom.htm: Custom flags are ideal for schools, teams and other projects. This page designed by Craig kruser shows options in customizing each flag, such as embroidered flags, digitally printed selections and sewn. There are also tips provided for flag creators, such as larger graphics that can be seen from a long distance.

 

6. About the webpage htm/flagpoles/csentry.html: Sentry Flagpoles are continental flagpoles in quality, but also have an additional component—that of an internal halyard system, which allows for enhanced security and the reduction of noise. Craig kruser’s page explains why this is an effective solution for many flag hanging projects.

 

7. About the webpage htm/flagpoles/ccounterinstall.html: Craig kruser’s DIY installer page is a step by step instruction set that shows you how to install counterbalanced tilt-down installation. All even steps are detailed and explain why it is important to measure pieces exactly, tighten securely, and ensure proper spacing.

 

8. About the webpage htm/flagpoles/continental.html: Here Craig kruser explains why Continental flagpoles are the standard of the industry. They offer wide ranges of heights, strength and finishes. This page shows what Concord Continental flagpoles are made with and how they are designed to perform for years on end.

 

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