Ed Mcsweeney - TestsForge Expert Profile
Throughout his previous employment, Ed Mcsweeney has worked at Facebook, Tata Consultancy Services, and Cisco Systems. At these places of employment, Ed Mcsweeney earned the titles of Senior Manager of Software Development, Technical Leader, Project Leader, and Analytical Product Manager. These positions prepared Ed Mcsweeney for his current responsibilities as a computer software developer at TestsForge. Ed Mcsweeney attended the Leavey School of Business at Santa Clara University as well as the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Most recently, he works on a variety of certification exams, including: 9E0-412 EVODD, HP0-092 HP-UX Advanced System Administration, 312-49v8 Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator, HP3-X05 Servicing HP Mini NetBook Products, JN0-303 Juniper Networks Certified Internet Specialist (JNCIS-M), 9A0-127 Adobe ColdFusion 9, 650-026 Cisco Digital Media System for Account Manager (CDMS1), 642-742 Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Voice Networks (IUWVN), 640-446 CATM, 1Y0-614 Citrix Access Suite 4.0: Design, HP0-P21 HP-UX 11iv3 Advanced System Administration, 650-196 SMB Solutions for Engineers (SMBEN), HIT-001 CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician and E20-570 Content Addressed Storage (CAS) Specialist Exam for Technology Architects. Ed Mcsweeney has created a website that will delight any Anomalist out there located at the following address: anomalist dot com. He has managed to pull together stories and ideas that one will not find in one place. This takes away the time it would take the curious one to seek out stories. The site is made user friendly and has included something for each and everyone. Anyone that is into the controversial, unexplained, unorthodox, or strangely odd will take great delight in visiting this site. Ed Mcsweeney has also taken the time and put in the effort to include webpages to many other sites that the audience may find intriguing. To make it even more user friendly the top stories are categorized by date so you can find just what you are looking for. The site can also be followed through your favorite social media sites like Twitter and Facebook; a chance to get all your friends informed of the strange and unusual.
1. If you have never heard of Flesh and Blood falling from the sky then visiting Ed Mcsweeney’s webpage reports/fleshblood will be a great eye opener for you. There is a lot of information contributing sighting of blood and flesh falling from the sky long before the invention of powered air travel. This phenomenon is believed to date back as far as 1850. This is a definite must visit webpage.
2. If one should want to order a copy of the Anomalist: 9 they can visit the webpage of print/cont9. Ed Mcsweeney has given a great synopsis of subjects that are touched on the copy. Within the copy people can learn about Do-It-Yourself Deities, Communications with Extraterrestrials, Alien Abductions, and so much more that it can all fit in this limited space.
3. By visiting the webpage of milestones/fisher viewers can get a good overview of the sudden passing of Joe Fisher created by Ed Mcsweeney. Many believe this was a man gone way before his time. There is a great piece written by Caroline Lennox in memory of the not forgotten author and journalist.
4. By using the whatarewe webpage Ed Mcsweeney has given an over view of the editors notes, a complete outline of the purpose of the site, and solid contact information. There is a also a list of awards won by the website to show just how wonderful and informative it is. The awards show that a good deal of time and effort have gone into the site to insure its accuracy and enjoyment. …There is more mystery than knowledge in the world. "Mystery surrounds us," writes the naturalist Chet Raymo in Honey from Stone. "It laps at our shores. It permeates the land….
5. The webpage of books gives a great listing of books that can keep the advid reader occupied for a good while. Ed Mcsweeney has taken the time to list the books not only by subjects but by year as well, to make it easier to locate what you are searching for. It is also broken down into categories such as award winners, new books that are all the buzz, and a special section of works by Patrick Huyghe.