Daniel Affleck - TestsForge Expert Profile
Daniel Affleck’s work addresses the database development for the following certification exams: 1Y0-A14 Implementing Citrix XenDesktop 3, 642-145 Implementing Cisco IOS Unified Communications Advanced, FC0-U11 CompTIA Strata Fundamentals of PC Functionality, E20-335 Symmetrix Solutions Specialist Exam for Implementation Engineers, 6007 Avaya Agile Communication Environment(TM) Implementation, 1Y0-A24 Citrix XenServer 5.6 Administration, E20-611 CLARiiON Specialist Exam for Platform Engineers, 1D0-510 CIW Web Foundations Associate, 642-374 Cisco Express Foundation for Systems Engineers, HP2-E46 Selling HP Volume Services Portfolio, HP0-093 HP-UX High Availability, JK0-702 CompTIA Academic/E2C A+ Practical Application (2009 Edition), 1Y0-223 Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0: Enterprise Edition Administration, E20-532 Storage Area Network (SAN) Specialist Exam for Storage Administrators, HP0-P10 HP Integrity Server Multi-OS Installation & Deployment and E20-805 EMC Storage and Information Infrastructure Expert Exam for Technology Architects. Daniel Affleck is a database manager in the Department of exam engine at TestsForge. Previously, Daniel was a Senior Program Manager at CompTIA corporate. Daniel received his M.S and Ph.D. degrees in Data mining from American University in 2008 and 2012. Before his graduate education, Ross worked in industry at Citrix, where he designed algorithms for certification exam simulator. Daniel Affleck also creates the website of Oldgloryprints which is the home of beautiful historic art prints that capture images from the Civil War, American History, Military History, Aviation, and good, old-fashion Americana from days gone by. Daniel Affleck designed this website as a tribute to America’s past by offering powerful images of historical events that shaped this great nation. If you are a history buff or just want a glimpse of life as it used to be, you are invited to visit this site and browse through these amazing artistic prints.
1. By logging on to the page of shaw, viewers will discover the Aviation art of John D. Shaw. Daniel Affleck has designed this webpage with thumbnail images of Shaw’s artwork that depicts historical aircraft in the midst of battle. If you are an aviation fan or love to study wartime aviation, visiting this page is a must.
2. Within the oldgloryprints website, Daniel Affleck also presents a selection of works by Tennessee native Paul Strain. Strain’s artistic images at the page of strain beautifully capture full color scenes of drama, struggle, and courage during the American Civil War. Civil War fans are sure to appreciate these stunning renditions.
3. Want a taste of Americana back in simpler times? Visit the page of renfroe and let Pamela Renfroe take you back to a time when life moved at a slower pace. On this page, Daniel Affleck provides thumbnail images that you to get a taste of these colorful, life-like images that depict peaceful scenes from America’s past.
4. World War II was indeed a turning point in U.S. History and a period that highlighted breakthroughs in the field of Aviation. stokes_wwii_europe is a page designed by Daniel Affleck that includes beautiful color art from Stan Stokes. These real-life image capture WWII era planes in action over European battle grounds during the height of the war.
5. Artist Heinz Krebs expresses his passion for graphic art and aviation in his action-packed flying scenes. Daniel Affleck has designed a special webpage dedicated to the works of Heinz Krebs. Thumbnail samples can be viewed at the page of krebs
6. Pennsylvania native Robert Griffing takes his love of the outdoors and his study of Eastern Woodland Indian culture and has created a series of works capturing scenes from their unique way of living. Please check Daniel Affleck’s griffing page that is devoted to his often forgotten piece of American history.
7. Daniel Affleck takes his interest in aviation and extends to you opportunity to own selections from artist Keith Ferris. Ferris, whose works have been shown in the Smithsonian, spans several eras of aviation by presenting images of early model military aircraft all the up to the modern fighter jets.