Deangela Webb - TestsForge Expert Profile

Through working in multiple IT positions in the past fifteen years, Deangela Webb views himself as an Information Technology and computer software design expert. His particular areas of specialty include J2EE, C, C++, and Core Java. After graduating from the Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Deangela Webb went on to work at Infosys, Cisco Systems, and Pratt and Whitney before arriving at his current position at TestsForge. The software development skills that Deangela Webb uses in his current job were developed in his previous positions as System Engineer and Software Engineer. Most recently, he works on a variety of certification exams, including: HP2-B75 HP Imaging and Printing Security - Technical, 640-447 CVOICE, 1D0-51B CIW Site Development Associate, 640-554 Implementing Cisco IOS Network Security, 646-301 VPNS, HP0-553 Servicing HP Entry-level Integrity Servers, ITIL-F ITIL® Foundation (Syllabus 2011), 646-102 WLANAM, 642-566 SSSE, 650-395 SBF for Engineers (SBFFENE), HP3-C11 HP Scanjet N9120 Service and Support Qualification, E20-818 Symmetrix Solutions Expert Exam for Implementation Engineers, 648-238 Implementing Cisco Connected Physical Security 1 and HP3-L04 Selling HP 3PAR Storage. Deangela Webb also creates the website of austindiggers. With austindiggers, Deangela Webb has created an exciting, multi-dimensional website full of fun graphic elements and valuable information that won’t be found anywhere else. Even Indian arrowhead collectors located outside the greater Austin metropolitan area will find plenty of information worth digging into on this colorful website designed with Austin area arrowhead hunters – and the entire paleontological community of Texas – in mind. An online message board on the website offers an open forum for lively discussion while other sections of the site brim with full details on Texas paydigs, gem mining and the past and upcoming Dig Fest events. Austin Diggers even gives website visitors a chance to enter the chat room, order wiggle picks and learn where to attend Texas arrowhead shows, thanks to an updated events calendar filled with the best happenings for fans of true Texas flint!

1. Anyone interested in Texas arrowheads, Indian arrowhead artifacts and Texas paleontology should visit the webpage of TANCAOYE-MOUNDS-PAY-DIG-ON-THE-FRIO to see arrowhead finds from a site that has since closed. In homage to the many arrowhead-filled days that the Austin Diggers spent at Tancayoe Mounds pay dig on the Frio, Deangela Webb designed this page to give a historical look back at their prized flint finds. The page spans digs from 2007 to 2008.


2. Even in the winter months, Texans are digging for, and finding, historical Indian arrowheads for their vast and growing collections. Deangela Webb worked with the Austin Diggers on his jan2009 page to weave together photos and stories from a successful January 2009 dig.


3. One of the Austin Diggers readers came up with the idea of archiving the arrowhead Point of the Week photos. So Deangela Webb created a place to showcase the past arrowhead finds that won this distinction at the webpage of pictureoftheweekarchives. Check out this incredible array of real arrowhead finds, all highlighted in one stunning gallery of size, shape and color.


4. Florence, Texas is the scenic home to arrowhead finding hot spot, Starr Adventure Ranch. Deangela Webb has put together all the information you could need to enjoy a day of dinning at the webpage of StarrAdventureRanch. Learn about the ranch’s unique dig areas, see a Starr Adventure Ranch map and get a glimpse of arrowheads that Texas diggers have found there. It’s a great place in Texas for fishing, hiking, arrowhead digs, scuba diving, camping, hunting and beautiful nature photography.


5. Every year, the family and friends who participate in the annual Dig Fest appreciate an online recap of the event in photos, stories, cherished memories and amazing arrowhead finds. These historical treasures hunted and dug up from the earth tell the tale of the Austin Diggers who attended DIGFEST 2010, when a record number of people camped out. Deangela Webb’s page digfest2010 brings attendees together again.


6. Deangela Webb knows that 2007 was a strong year for Texas arrowhead digs, as you can tell by this webpage: sept-oct2007. Austin Diggers had a busy year for flint. This photo feature page displays the variety of arrowheads that some of the members of the group found.


7. When the Central Texas Paleontological Society took a field trip to the North Texas Cement (NTC) quarry near Midlothian, Texas, there were some fascinating finds. From teeth left by sharks and fish to more common finds, Deangela Webb includes the highlights at the webpage of May22-2004-NTC-CTPS. You never know what you might find when you crack the rock open just right!


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