Denise Lewis - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile
After obtaining his education at Shanghai Ocean University, Denise Lewis became a Software Engineer at Cisco Systems. Since then, he has gone on to obtain positions of Software Development Engineer, Assistant Systems Engineer, and Embedded System Developer. He has filled these roles at Amazon, Microsoft, and Cisco Systems. At the present, Denise Lewis is working at TestsForge. At the company, Denise Lewis fulfills software development tasks. This allows him to utilize his understanding of C and C++, large customary oriented systems development, and Java technologies. Most recently, he works on a variety of certification exams, including: HP3-045 HP LaserJet 2400/p3005 series, E20-517 Symmetrix Solutions Specialist Exam for Storage Administrators, HP0-Y32 Designing & Troubleshooting Open Standards Networks, 1Y0-221 Citrix MetaFrame XP, Feature Release 2 Administration, 642-353 CSNDS, 646-230 Advanced Unified Communications AM, HP2-K27 Supporting and Servicing HP P6000 EVA Solutions, HP2-T21 Administering HP Server Solutions, HP2-H25 Selling HP Personal Systems, 9A0-144 Adobe Illustrator CS5, HP0-P11 HP Integrity Entry-Level Server Technologies, 642-062 Routing and Switching for Systems Engineers, 642-980 Troubleshooting Cisco Data Center Unified Fabric and 1Y0-A06 Implementing Citrix Provisioning Server 5.0. Denise Lewis also creates the website of tabs. The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) is an organization that serves college-preparatory boarding schools in the U.S., Canada, and throughout the world. TABS coordinates efforts to promote awareness of boarding schools to member institutions while offering comprehensive resources for educators and support personnel who seek training, guidance, or understanding of the residential educational environment. In sharing their vision of promoting educational excellence, Denise Lewis has joined them to create their website which provides an overview of the TABS mission along with practical ways that current and prospective members can get involved. Visit the site to learn more about locating specific schools, employment in a boarding school, professional development opportunities, membership options, and about how TABS is making a difference in the academic community.
1. About the webpage of thetruth/truth4.html: High quality academics is a hallmark of the boarding school experience. This statement is based on the results of a study that surveyed students and parents from a wide sampling of boarding schools. To learn more about what students and parents are saying about today’s boarding schools, visit Denise Lewis’s Truth About Boarding School webpages.
2. About the webpage of MexicoCity/: The TABS 2014 Student Recruitment Program is hosting an event in Mexico City. Denise Lewis’s Mexico City webpage includes all the important date, time, and location details of this event that joins families and representatives from schools across the U.S., Canada, and the world.
3. About the webpage of thetruth/truth3.html: Denise Lewis explains more about the research methodology that examines the boarding school experience on his Truth About Boarding School webpage. This study reveals findings that compare several layers of data from populations within both the public and private boarding school settings.
4. About the webpage of thetruth/truth2.html: For many, boarding schools carry a certain stereotype as being only for the ultra-privileged or perhaps troubled teen. As Denise Lewis explains on his Truth About Boarding School page, today’s boarding schools are vastly different than they used to be. Be sure to read the accompanying report that sheds light on today’s boarding school experience.
5. About the webpage of Study/images/SampleAggregateReport.pdf: TABS provides valuable research data that is useful in learning about academic outcomes that can greatly impact educational planning. Denise Lewis provides an example of such a report on his Sample Aggregate Report webpage. This sample report examines various layers of data that pertain to U.S. High School students and their post graduation choices.