Fleischmann Friedrich - TestsForge Expert Profile
At TestsForge, Inc, Fleischmann Friedrich's responsibilities relate to software development. His past work experience has included positions as a Software Engineer, Solution Architect, and System Administrator. Past places of employment have included Cisco Systems, Hewlett Packard, and HTC Global Services. Fleischmann Friedrich's initial educational experience was at Devi Ahilya University. After completing his degree there, Fleischmann Friedrich went on to obtain an additional education at The Ohio State University. The areas that Fleischmann Friedrich considers his specialties include Java and Cloud development. Fleischmann Friedrich is working on the following certification exams now: E20-050 EMC Technology Foundations - CLARiiON, HD0-100 Help Desk Analyst, E20-465 Content Management System Administration, ITIL-F ITIL® Foundation (Syllabus 2011), 642-067 Advanced Routing and Switching for Field Engineers, 642-584 Security Solutions for System Engineers, HP2-K20 Supporting HP P2000 StorageWorks Solutions, 1D0-410 CIW Foundations, E20-370 Content Addressed Storage (CAS) Specialist Exam for Implementation Engineers, HP2-E49 Technical Essentials of HP Servers, Storage and Networking Upgrade, 646-362 CXFA, JN0-141 Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate, AC (JNCIA-AC), 646-223 Unified Communications Express AM, HP0-A02 HP-UX 11i v3 Advanced System Administration and 650-667 SE Cisco SP Video Cable Access Design (CSPVCAD). Fleischmann Friedrich also creates the website of pollination-station. As an extension of his love of nature, Fleischmann Friedrich has taken on the task of developing the pollination-station website. Pollination Station is an authoritative website that is intended to educate its readers on the pollination process and the benefits of pollination for agriculture and for pollinators. In addition, Fleischmann Friedrich has provided information on who uses the pollination process and why there is an apparent pollination crisis. The Ways Forward section is of particular interest as it encourages responsible agricultural practices that preserve and benefit both the land and those who practice pollination.
1. As much negative publicity surrounds the use of pesticides, Fleischmann Friedrich is offering a different perspective on this issue by explaining why using pesticides can be a good thing for plants. Check out this interesting take for yourself at pollinators-and-agriculture/pesticides/ and learn a few reasons why pesticides can be important.
2. European farmers enjoy the freedom to manage their land in ways that can both benefit or hinder biodiversity. In the following link, pollinators-and-agriculture/agriculture-and-land-use/, Fleischmann Friedrich examines the fact that many agricultural areas have huge capacity for pollinator promotion if we are forward thinking in our plans for its usage.
3. Fleischmann Friedrich’s ways-forward/more-land-for-flowers/ page takes a look at how we can utilize our land more efficiently to promote plant and biotope diversity. This article suggests that we be more creative in using potential space and make better efforts to conserve land.
4. Maco-ecological factors in Europe are shaped, in part, by regional conditions. At pollinators-and-agriculture/macro-ecological-factors/, Fleischmann Friedrich explains how certain factors, such as climate, impact specific regions as it pertains to pollination.
5. Debate continues to rage on whether or not there is a true pollination crisis. Fleischmann Friedrich breaks down the key questions to ask ourselves when considering the reality of pollination supply and demand. Read more at advance/is-there-a-pollination-crisis/.