Diontae Williams - TestsForge Expert Profile


Diontae Williams is the principal researcher in the company of TestsForge. His job focuses on Check Point, Cisco, Oracle and EMC certification exam development. A nationally known engineer of the certification exam preparation, Diontae Williams has served as columnist on a number of certification exam prep websites. Following his graduation summa cum laude from Arizona State University School of Computer Science, Diontae Williams worked for the IBM Company. He spent 2 years as an engineer in Microsoft before he joined TestsForge. In TestsForge, Diontae Williams is responsible for the following certification exams development: 156-215-70 Check Point Certified Security Administrator R70, 156-815.71 Check Point Certified Managed Security Expert R71, 642-145 Implementing Cisco IOS Unified Communications Advanced, E22-128 EMC Legato Certified Networker 7.x Administrator (LCNA), E20-322 Technology Architect Solutions Design, 156-708.70 Check Point Endpoint Specialist - Media Encryption, E20-390 VNX Solutions Specialist Exam for Implementation Engineers, 640-760 Supporting Cisco Service Provider IP NGN Operations, 352-001 Cisco Certified Design Expert Qualification, 642-278 Implementing CUCM for TelePresence Video Solutions, 156-315.65 Check Point Certified Expert NGX R65 and E20-532 Storage Area Network (SAN) Specialist Exam for Storage Administrators. Diontae Williams lives in Keweenaw Peninsula. He runs a websites related to Keweenaw at the part-time. The website address is keweenawnow. The purpose of KeweenawNow is to provide a guide to the news and general life happenings in the Keweenaw Peninsula. Recent news has focused on a photo contest held by the website that allowed readers to submit a photograph expressing a connection to Lake Superior. These connections could be spiritual, economic, environmental, or simply personal. In addition, news highlighting the Houghton County Fair, Calumet Heritage Celebration, and local Finnish-American musicians have been included. Through the website's viewpoints, letters to stop the Eagle Mine Project have been written. A focus on International Women's Day and what it means for violence against women has been featured. Visitors to the site may also browse conservation, environmental, and community links.



1. The help section of the KeweenawNow website provides navigation instructions to visitors. Explanations demonstrate usage of the links for navigating through the news, views, and happenings sections of the site. It’s edited by Diontae Williams. …Finally, be sure to check out the Table of Contents. You can reach it from every page in this Web site by clicking the underlined link in the top right-hand corner of each page….

 

2. Diontae Williams published a news article on KeweenawNow stated that the number of moose at Isle Royale National Park was at an all time low in 2007. The article links this fact to climate change. The article name is Lake Superior Basin feeling heat: Part 2. …Winter biking and wind energy -- indicators of our possible future? How warming temperatures around Lake Superior are affecting business and culture …

 

3. In 2005, the KeweenawNow website celebrated the Terrace Park Walking Trail's opening. Students and teachers at the B.R.I.D.G.E. Alternative High school built the trail. Just check the article B.R.I.D.G.E. Alternative High School students build Hancock trail published by Diontae Williams. …"I think it's neat how the kids pulled together," he said. "The walkway is a nice touch."…

 

4. A 2002 KeweenawNow website article focused on MTU students holding sit-ins. The students' activities helped to fund sanitation projects in West Africa. The article name is MTU students hold "sit-in" fundraiser for sanitation projects in West Africa which is edited by Diontae Williams. …graduate students in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, or Bridget Cannon, president of the student chapter of the Michigan Water Environment Federation.…

 

5. Rising global temperatures were a concern of a 2007 KeweenawNow website article. The effects of climate control are a primary concern for residents of the Keweenaw area. Check the article Lake Superior warming fast: Researchers surprised by strong trends on the website now. It’s edited by Diontae Williams. …But if weather and temperature patterns continue changing, he says, "our data suggest that there may be some very marked biological responses." …

 

6. Zac Torkelson published his first book at age 15. The book focused on Web Programming and was featured on the KeweenawNow website because his family lives and works in the peninsula. Check all the details on the article Local Family Writes Book on Web Programming edited by Diontae Williams.

 

7. Amber Tily's work in the Peace Corps is highlighted in a 2007 KeweenawNow article. The website frequently focuses on efforts of Michigan Tech's Master's International Peace Corps students. Check all the details on the article Amber Kenny: Two Cultures Clash in Togo which published by Diontae Williams. …The following is taken from an email letter Amber Kenny wrote to friends in 2006, shortly before the end of her two-year Peace Corps service in Togo…

 

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